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modern scroll 2.4.3

As you might have seen in my previous modern scroll post already, another little issue showed up after I had uploaded version 2.4.2 to Opera's extension catalog.

Here's the fix :up: …


I hope that modern scroll works 100% reliably now.
Please let me know, if you still find yourself in a tab without an interface.

Here's today's goody: modern scroll 2.4.3 🙂

Changelog:

fix: interface stays invisible when switching tabs during loading
fix: bars have a white rectangular background @ http://www.testberichte.de

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Comments on: "modern scroll 2.4.3" (11)

  1. Thanks, invisible bars seem to be fixed indeed. 🙂

  2. Пивень said:

    http://media.xiph.org/sintel/sintel-4k-png/Try to scroll down this page w and w/o your extension. This is just very-very-very long page.

  3. christoph142 said:

    This page doesn't even finish loading over here. It spins up to 4MB then starts over again…

  4. The page loads here, it's around 5MB size and with moder scroll it's really buggy.

  5. christoph142 said:

    Well, with or without modern scroll, it brings Opera to its knees. I'm not going to bother trying to fix websites that Opera can't handle properly.It might be useful for testing purposes, though…

  6. Or wait for O14

  7. Acryion said:

    We sure are waiting …Then Modern Scroll will rock Blink's world in Opera 14.

  8. christoph142 said:

    You bet :yes:

  9. ahoj1234 said:

    modern scroll can't detect that this page is bigger thatn my screen and I can't scroll 🙂 (only with native scroll bar not the modern scroll's bar)page:http://www.livedoctor.cz/?id=99confirmation or it is only temporary?

  10. Acryion said:

    Confirmed.And native bars appear under modern scroll's bar.

  11. christoph142 said:

    It's the same site structure like MyOpera Mail and Google Mail: a div containing the whole site inside the body. And the div is scrollable, not the body. That's why there's a native scroll bar.I don't know if I can detect those types of websites reliably yet. If not, I'm simply going to exclude livedoctor just as I did with the aforementioned pages.

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