[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 137043] REGRESSION (iOS 8): Scrollbar can't be hidden when webkit-overflow-scrolling is set to touch

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Mon Jun 5 10:55:39 PDT 2017


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--- Comment #2 from alec.stanford.larson at gmail.com ---
I'm still seeing this in iOS10.

This seems like a very bad regression, and should be fixed immediately.

It's incredibly important to be able to hide horizontal scrollbars while keeping momentum scrolling. This makes the web application feel more native.

If you refuse to fix this, you're making Apple look complicit in making the web a lesser platform. While there are capitalist incentives in doing so, it's morally imperative to improve crucial deficiencies of the web platform. The accessibility of the web will always beat the native platform, especially since the iOS platform is not the majority of smartphone users.

This is a friendly reminder that this bug is not acceptable. :)

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