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Hidden scrollbar glitch on mouseover #242

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postromantic opened this issue Jul 31, 2015 · 11 comments
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Hidden scrollbar glitch on mouseover #242

postromantic opened this issue Jul 31, 2015 · 11 comments
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@postromantic
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@postromantic postromantic commented Jul 31, 2015

Repro: Set Scrollbar -> Hide in Settings -> Appearance, then mouse over the invisible scrollbar:
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OS: Win10
ConEmu: 150728 alpha

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@Maximus5 Maximus5 commented Jul 31, 2015

Shell?

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@postromantic postromantic commented Jul 31, 2015

All shells: cmd, git bash, powershell

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@postromantic postromantic commented Jul 31, 2015

Sorry, repro was not complete. The issue is with Pad Size setting: when it's 0 (by default) then everything is OK, otherwise there is a glitch.
For example, i've got PadSize=8

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@MiguelLatorre
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@MiguelLatorre MiguelLatorre commented Aug 4, 2015

I see this same gitch effect with Pad Size 0 and split windows.

@sansroman
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@sansroman sansroman commented Jan 30, 2018

I encountered the same problem

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@SamuelColacchia
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@SamuelColacchia SamuelColacchia commented Feb 18, 2018

I found that disabling "Center consule in ConEmu workspace" and setting Pad size (pixels): 0, Fixed the issue

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@Maximus5 Maximus5 commented Mar 10, 2018

I still can't reproduce the problem.

2018-03-10_19-45-55

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@rfgamaral rfgamaral commented Apr 3, 2018

@Maximus5 I have the same exact issue and I was able to reproduce the issue on a new ConEmu installation. Here's what I did:

  1. Downloaded latest version from GitHub releases. Extracted and accepted the default settings.
  2. Open Settings and change Main » Size & Pos » Alignment » Pad size (pixels) to something above 0 (I used 8).
  3. Open Settings and change Settings » Appearance » Scrollbar to Hide.
  4. Move mouse over scrollbar location.

Hopefully this helps you debug the issue :)

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@rfgamaral rfgamaral commented Apr 17, 2018

Build 180416 (preview) seems to have fixed this, at least for me. Awesome work :)

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@mikofski mikofski commented Apr 24, 2018

Sorry for posting on a closed issue, but I think this issue is also affecting me? Lately, at least since the past 2 updates without changing any settings, I cannot get the scrollbar to appear with mouseover. The only way I can get a scrollbar is by setting Main->Appearances->Scrollbar to show from the default auto or by turning the mousewheel, and then it appears most of the time, but not always, and if I'm fast enough, I can grab it before it dissappears. The other default, not sure if this is relevant, is Appearance->Size & Pos->pad size is 0, but changing it doesn't do anything for me.

platform: windows10
conemu: 180422 alpha/preview
shells: all (bash, cmd, sdk, helper, etc.)

BTW: I really appreciate ConEmu. Thank you very much for this excellent console! I recommend it often.

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@Maximus5 Maximus5 commented Apr 25, 2018

gh-1527

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