Implements fading overlaid scrollers. #860

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dcporter commented Oct 29, 2012

Although iOS-looking gray overlaid scrollers have been in the framework for a while, they don't fade. This implements fading, which in the case of overlaid scrollers becomes the default behavior. Scrollers can implement their own fading code if they prefer.


dcporter commented Jan 9, 2014

Bump. I tweaked this code last night, added some improvements and consolidated the commits, and I think it's ready to come over to master. I'd like someone else's eyes on it first though, could someone give this a look?

You can swap the default thick blue scrollers for the thin, overlaid fading ones, even on desktop, like this:

myScrollingView: SC.ScrollView.extend({
  verticalOverlay: YES,
  verticalScrollerView: SC.TouchScrollerView,
  contentView: ...

That process should be more intuitive of course, but removing the touch/no-touch code from SC.ScrollView is out of scope for this pull req.

dcporter added some commits Jan 11, 2014

@dcporter dcporter Renames SC.TouchScrollerView to SC.OverlayScrollerView. Retains a cop…
…y on SC.TouchScrollerView with developer warning. Improves SC.ScrollerView documentation.
@dcporter dcporter Improves documentation for SC.ScrollView. d9a5745

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dcporter commented Jan 11, 2014

And in it goes.

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