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    Sultan of Ping jofa's Avatar
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    Opera and overflow: scroll

    Opera 6 supports all of CSS2 with the exception of:
    ... 'overflow: scroll' ...
    Any bright ideas what to do?
    (Use frames if browser = Opera?...)

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    My approach (if the design allows it) is not to apply the 'overflow:scroll' property if the browser is opera and just let the content take the full height or width. It does require a browser check with a bit of javascript though.

    The other option would simply be to leave it as it is to teach those who preach about opera's compliance and support a lesson (ducks for cover)

    cheers

    alastair

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    Originally posted by 19nine78
    The other option would simply be to leave it as it is to teach those who preach about opera's compliance and support a lesson (ducks for cover)
    Hummm, wanna' take this outside, buddy? ;-p

    What about overflow: auto? Of course, Opera 5- hides everything that overflows, I think. So, perhaps...?
    Code:
    #doDa {
     max-height: 300px;
     max-width: 400px;
     overflow: auto;
    }
    Are they even supported by Opera and gang?

    ~~Ian


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