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tera tera May 7, 2009 - 8:10 PM


When I scroll in a red cursor place...

When I scroll in a blue cursor place....

Scroll ways are different each.

When I scroll at a particularly blue cursor point, there is sense of incongruity.

You had better revise it?

Technical Support May 8, 2009 - 11:56 AM

We checked both line and page scrolling in 2.85. Looks like everything is correct. The scroll bar makes the list box scrolling slow first half of second, then faster.

tera tera May 8, 2009 - 6:53 PM

As for the display of this place, top and bottom scroll is performed definitely.

It is OK.

As for the display of this place, only bottom scroll is performed.

There is sense of incongruity.

Technical Support May 11, 2009 - 11:56 AM

We remembered two first icons displayed at the top of the list box. It looks like you double clicked the page up area of the vertical scroll bar and then double clicked page down area of it. As a result, the scrolling position returned to the same as before scrolling up and then down. The same two icons became displayed at the top of the list box. We repeated the same experiment with the RibbonBar sample application and got the same: the vertical scrolling position is returned to the same place. We saw that the scrolling speed were equal both in the up and down directions and both in your 2nd video and in the RibbonBar sample application running on our computers on both Vista and XP. So what is wrong with this?

tera tera May 12, 2009 - 1:27 AM


The displayed contents are right.

However, there is sense of incongruity.

Cannot you display it in this way?   

Technical Support May 12, 2009 - 1:34 PM

The only difference we see is that on the first video looks like you did several clicks on the scroll bar to scroll down the list box content but on the second video you clicked the scroll bar once and kept mouse pressed.