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external Panel occupies space even if it is not opened (Samsung GT-S6500 Android 2.3.6) #7807

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grri opened this Issue Oct 29, 2014 · 5 comments

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grri commented Oct 29, 2014

it seems as external panels in android 2.3.6 need space even if they are not opened so they create a horizontal scrolling area see screenshot

test device was a Samsung GT-S6500 Android 2.3.6 and Android WebKit Browser

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That's also possible on desktop Chrome if you start highlighting text and drag the mouse towards the right. It's not possible in FF though.

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gabrielschulhof commented Oct 29, 2014

That's also possible on desktop Chrome if you start highlighting text and drag the mouse towards the right. It's not possible in FF though.

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The search panel is causing it.

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gabrielschulhof commented Oct 29, 2014

The search panel is causing it.

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yeah i'm not sure about this i did some testing and in chrome on a mac you can still scroll using gestues regardless of overflow there may be some cases where there is no way to truely force overflow hidden

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arschmitz commented Oct 29, 2014

yeah i'm not sure about this i did some testing and in chrome on a mac you can still scroll using gestues regardless of overflow there may be some cases where there is no way to truely force overflow hidden

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Actually this is a chrome bug specific to overflow-x on body we need to add it to the html element too to fix this.

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arschmitz commented Oct 29, 2014

Actually this is a chrome bug specific to overflow-x on body we need to add it to the html element too to fix this.

gabrielschulhof added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 29, 2014

Panel: Truncate and move to left: 0 while closed
This solution is similar to how we hide the popup

Fixes gh-7807

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gabrielschulhof added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 30, 2014

Panel: Truncate and move to left: 0 while closed
This solution is similar to how we hide the popup

(cherry picked from commit 9e73ab4)

Closes gh-7809
Fixes gh-7807

agcolom added a commit to agcolom/jquery-mobile that referenced this issue Nov 26, 2014

Panel: Truncate and move to left: 0 while closed
This solution is similar to how we hide the popup

Closes jquerygh-7809
Fixes jquerygh-7807
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