[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 22769] scrolling allowed when overflow:hidden

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Thu Feb 26 07:13:08 PST 2009


braja_biswal at yahoo.com changed:

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------- Comment #2 from braja_biswal at yahoo.com  2009-02-26 07:13 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #0)
> I Steps:
> Go to http://acid2.acidtests.org
> Move mouse to the bottom of the face(or anywhere, placement doesn't 
> matter)
> Left click and hold the button down.
> While holding the left mouse button down, move the mouse upward until 
> the page starts to move up.
> II Issue:
> Page moves up when it's not supposed to, and a yellow and red line appear.
> III Conclusion:
> The page is not scrolling up in Firefox when you get to the anchor because of
> the 
> style in the css  
>     html { overflow: hidden;}
> In Safari and Chrome, although any overflow is hidden, you can still scroll up
> the page.
> As with the yellow and red line, this can be seen because of the scrolling
> issue. The lines are the background color and border of a <div>, in which its
> position is fixed.
> IV Other Browsers:
> IE7: ok
> FF3: ok
> V Nightly tested: 39088
> Bug in Chromium : http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1701

Can any body explain me IF
style in the css  
    html { overflow: hidden;}
what happens exactly. If I am disabling overflow: hidden;
In my 1st page it self i am able to see the image in FireFox.
Is there any way we can fix it (it scould not scroll).
If any body can guide me I will try to fix it.

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