scroll layer which action?

Which action (if any) produces a (scriptolicious like) smooth scroll up/down layer something like here:

http://www.logodesign.co.uk/quality.php

Look at the bottom of the page to see the text scrolling up and down.


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The Scroll Layer suite of Actions does this simply and cleanly. You
just set Actions for the container layer, the content and up/down
scroll buttons, for which you can use your own graphics. So simple,
even I can do it!

Download from: http://www.actionsforge.com/actions/view/54-scroll-layer

Colin

On 27 Mar 2009, at 09:31, WebWorker wrote:

Which action (if any) produces a (scriptolicious like) smooth scroll
up/down layer something like here:

http://www.logodesign.co.uk/quality.php

Look at the bottom of the page to see the text scrolling up and down.


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Thanks.

Does this Action create the problem with adding a scroll bar to the browser window?

I recall one of the scroll actions does this.


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On 27 Mar 2009, at 12:11, WebWorker wrote:

Does this Action create the problem with adding a scroll bar to the
browser window?

I think it may - but that may also depend on the positioning and depth
of content, including the hidden portion. So far, where I have used
it, the pages it appears on are already longer than most everyday
monitors will allow without scrolling. Any one like to buy me a nice
new 24" Imac for testing that? :wink:

The area in which I use it, however, is within the upper part of the
page, specifically to place useful content within the immediately
viewable portion of the screen. I’m sure Walter or Keith will have an
answer or an alternative method, though.

Colin


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Look at the bottom of the page to see the text scrolling up and down.

Is it just me - I can’t see any scrolling bits on that page.

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s it just me - I can’t see any scrolling bits on that page.

David

You have to click on the arrow (V) to see the scroll. So, yes it’s just you. :wink:


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Sometime around 27/3/09 (at 08:11 -0400) WebWorker said:

Does this Action create the problem with adding a scroll bar to the
browser window?

The only reason a scroll bar would be added to the window is if
there’s more content than can be fitted into the window at the
current size.

If the scrolling section item itself is not very tall, even though it
might have loads of content to scroll through, you shouldn’t see a
window scrollbar appear. Not because of that content, at least.

k


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So, yes it’s just you.

Blind Pugh didn’t even see that arrow - note to self: VISIT OPTICIAN

D


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