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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by haakoo » Thu May 30, 2013 11:28 am

Paul

Put Layer1 on stage>put big object/text on it>rename Layer1 to wb_Layer1>set overflow to hidden>resize the layer smaller> Put Layer1 in extension(div)properties
Now you can scroll a layer

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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by Adendum » Thu May 30, 2013 11:28 am

Adendum wrote:Sorry haakoo I am still not getting what you are saying. If you mean layers as in the layer object then the extension doesn't support the scrolling of a layer - just the page body, DIV areas, iFrames etc...stuff that can have some part of it hidden (overflow hidden)
lol...the penny just dropped! Got what you are saying...........! Doh!!

Will update the help file again and upload 1.0.0.2 to Extension Manager.
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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by Adendum » Thu May 30, 2013 11:44 am

Adendum wrote:Will update the help file again and upload 1.0.0.2 to Extension Manager.
New help file on my server and new version in Extension Manager (1.0.0.2).

Thanks haakoo!
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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by haakoo » Thu May 30, 2013 11:48 am

Okididadoky or :D

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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by Rob » Thu May 30, 2013 12:23 pm

Forgive me for ask but before I jump in with trial and error let me ask - I have an iframe inside a layer (overflow - hidden) currently on my site. Do I change the object id of the layer or the object id of the iframe to include wb_ and then use the same id (less wb_) as the id of the div in your extension?

Secondary question - if it is the layer id that is used (not the iframe), do I need to hide the scrollbar from within the properties of the ifame (so that there are not 2 scrollbars)?

One last question - does it matter where, or in what order the extension is placed? IE - does it need to go behind everything?

Thank you for your time. Have you had a change to test an iframe on your iPad yet? Curious if it works before I jump in.
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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by haakoo » Thu May 30, 2013 12:31 pm

Rob,

To use it for the iframe,you need to use the page properties in the extension placed on the subpage(
the one you want to load in the main page containing the iframe)
The div props are for the other objects on the mainpage

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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by Adendum » Thu May 30, 2013 12:32 pm

IeMS wrote:I have an iframe inside a layer (overflow - hidden) currently on my site. Do I change the object id of the layer or the object id of the iframe to include wb_ and then use the same id (less wb_) as the id of the div in your extension?
Depends on which one you want to scroll.
If the layer needs to scroll change the layer ID to include wb_
If the iFrame needs to scroll place the extension in the page that the iFrame calls and set just the page configuration.
If both need to scroll do both.
IeMS wrote:Secondary question - if it is the layer id that is used (not the iframe), do I need to hide the scrollbar from within the properties of the ifame (so that there are not 2 scrollbars)?
Depends on how much content will display in the iFrame.
If there is more content than the space you allocated in the iFrame you'll need the iFrame to scroll - see above.
IeMS wrote:One last question - does it matter where, or in what order the extension is placed? IE - does it need to go behind everything?
The extension can go anywhere.
IeMS wrote:Thank you for your time. Have you had a change to test an iframe on your iPad yet? Curious if it works before I jump in.
Not yet...have you?
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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by Rob » Thu May 30, 2013 1:16 pm

To be more specific, the iframe I currently have is calling info from an external webpage (a wp.com blog) and is currently scrolling. it's on the blog page of my site. It is inside a layer where the overflow is set to hidden. It currently renders in iPad ok (no overflow) but Apple's configuration prevents it from being scrollable like it can on an android device.

In this situation, SHOULD I set the div to be the layer or the iframe? I only want 1 scrollbar but I am not sure which needs to be used over the other in this case.
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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by Adendum » Thu May 30, 2013 1:25 pm

Rob,

As the page you are calling in is EXTERNAL you can only affect the layer.

Why don't you just install the extension and experiment with it.
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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by jordan » Fri May 31, 2013 1:09 pm

TNX for your index update mail Paul, like like this extension:)

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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by haakoo » Tue Jun 04, 2013 9:38 am

@Paul,

Would you be so kind to change in the page part of the script from $("html") to $("body")

Did some testing and this seems to work better.

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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by BaconFries » Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:38 am

@haako at the moment Paul is unavailable to make any changes, this is due to him being on vacation, from another thread he wont be back till the 21st of this month.

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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by haakoo » Tue Jun 04, 2013 11:13 am

Vacation what's that??

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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by BaconFries » Tue Jun 04, 2013 1:10 pm

Hans it were you are supposed to put down the mouse close the PC down and not open again for two weeks lol but never happens for me..lol

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Re: Nice Scroll (free)

Post by haakoo » Tue Jun 04, 2013 1:50 pm

:lol: Ssst don't tell the wife

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