[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 183870] [css-visibility][css-pointer-events] Removing pointer interactions on a 'scroll container' itself (or ancestor) and re-enabling them on descendants, doesn't allow for scrolling itself to scroll from those descendants. Always iOS, sometimes desktop.

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Mon Dec 3 15:58:20 PST 2018


--- Comment #6 from jonjohnjohnson <hi at jonjohnjohnson.com> ---
Here's another video which shows the bug on desktop Safari.


Mouse is hovering different areas of each scroller, attempting to vertically scroll in each area.

Green area, scrolls body. Correct.
Red area, scrolls body. Correct.
Green striped area, scrolls green scroll. Correct.
Red striped area, scrolls body. Incorrect.

Again, the only reason the green striped area is working to scroll the green scroller is because it has an element inside it that scrolls horizontally. I'm only showing this "fix" to highlight how I think the left side should behave, if it wasn't bugged.

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