maya90 — 2011-04-28T15:52:10-04:00 — #1
please please please... this is driving me nuts, and I'm in a crunch..
WHY is scrollbar here refusing to move in IE6 (and ONLY IE6..)
maya90 — 2011-04-28T18:33:26-04:00 — #2
the weird thing is, it's not happening here..
this is "template" from which I did other one.. oh brother...
paulob — 2011-04-30T11:55:12-04:00 — #3
It took some finding but the problem is the different images used.
If you use the first image then the scroll works but if you use the second image the the scroll doesn't work. This is the usal problem with pngs and unclickable links and some sizes of pngs just stop all interactions like links or scroll from working.
You can fix it by using the first image or by raising the z-index of the scroll element.
The fullproof issue is never to apply the png image to a positioned element when using the pngfix or the alpha image loader. Or simply give ie an 8bit png or gif instead.
maya90 — 2011-05-02T09:27:33-04:00 — #4
oh man.. thank you very very much.. I don't know why it behaves differently with the two .png's.. only difference is the width of them...
and also prob is here that for some reason they're making us use CSS (we can't use JS), for the .png "fix".. (you know, this stuff..
filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(enabled='true', sizingMethod='scale', src='images/search_popup_bg_middle-2.png');
thank you very much..
paulob — 2011-05-02T11:23:14-04:00 — #5
Most js fixes use the alpha image loader anyway and you would get similar issues (some js use vml instead).
You can read about bugs in the alpha image loader [here and [URL="http://www.daltonlp.com/view/217"]here](http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/tmp/alphatransparency.html).