|Re: RAP browser scrolling [message #1007536 is a reply to message #1007250]
||Wed, 06 February 2013 10:55
| Tim Buschtoens
Registered: July 2009
> Surely I have missed some obvious property that switches scrolling
> on/off for the browser?
Though we considered it, we did not (yet) enable page scrolling in RAP,
mostly for potential cross-browser and mouse coordinate issues. It's not
at all out of the question as a feature, we just don't know yet what
exactly the consequences might be. It's also a bit more work than just
on the page not to be scrolled.
There is a bug for this, though the hack mentioned won't work anymore:
> Presumably there is also something that enables resize in the browser
> too? I've tested my RAP application on a number of devices in their
> browser, and the usual pinch to resize has no effect, so it appears that
> it is deliberately switched off for the RAP application...?
Yes, we did this on purpose too, but you should be able re-activate it.
In the RAP html page that contains the application, there is a tag in
"<meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1.0, minimum-scale=1.0,
Using ApplicationConfiguration or Branding you can add meta tags/html to
the sites head, which should allow you to overwrite this with another
meta tag of the same type and other values. Should that not work, then
you'd have to change the rwt-index.html file directly in the rwt bundle.
However, all this is not officially supported, so any issues that result
from that change are currently not considered bugs.
I how that helps. If you need that scrolling feature you should vote on
the bug. More votes make it more likely to be implemented.
> Thanks, John
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