Dear @nulll-pointer, I agree with @nunoperalta. Adding horizontal scrollbar at the top of the table will not make it easier to use. I still have to point the cursor on the scrollbar and drag it. When we in a rush, pointing cursor over a small scrollbar object could be frustrating.
But, if we use the main body scrollbar, we just need to point the cursor at the bottom of the screen, less effort to look for the scrollbar. Also, it would work with keyboard arrows.
Thank you. That is definitely THE solution for this issue ticket.... that's exactly how I want phpMyAdmin to be.
If they come up with some other solution that involves extra scroll bars, I'll just have to patch my phpMyAdmin files to override that style.
(I don't want to use extensions in such critical systems, potentially causing a data breach)
With the introduction of the extra scrollbars, usability is harder when viewing tables.
Besides the related regression issues #14193 and #14169,
now when I want to scroll horizontally, I have to scroll down until I finally find the horizontal scrollbar, move the horizontal scrollbar, then scroll up again, so I can see the data I wanted.
Prior to 4.8.0, I was able to do this by directly using the main body's horizontal scrollbar.
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