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Page doesn't scroll enough to show instructional callout #6

drysart opened this Issue Mar 15, 2013 · 4 comments


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drysart commented Mar 15, 2013

On the site at http://usablica.github.com/intro.js/ clicking the "Show me how" button starts a demonstration. Step 2 of the demonstration should cause the browser to scroll down enough to both show the entire highlighted area and the instructional callout beneath it.

In both Chrome 27.0.1430.0 dev and Safari 6.0.2 (8536.26.17) on OS X 10.8.2, starting with the scroll at the very top of the page, the page only scrolls down maybe 30-40 pixels when transitioning from step 1 to step 2, not nearly enough to show the entire highlighted area, and not even enough to indicate there is an instructional callout beneath it.


afshinm commented Mar 15, 2013

Yeah this problem reported already (I think). Thanks for report, I will change the scrolling mechanism. Marked as bug.


Starefossen commented Mar 19, 2013

Currently looking into this bug, during my initial research on the topic I found this


afshinm commented Mar 27, 2013

Fixed in v0.2.1.

@afshinm afshinm closed this Mar 27, 2013


afshinm commented Mar 27, 2013

Thanks again, @Starefossen.

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