I don't know if there is a solution for this but anyway. I think it is related to IE 7 and cannot be changed in the code.
- when scrolling in the WYSIWYG view (document is bigger than view) and you reach the end of the document then you continues to scroll but on the webpage. This makes the toolbar disappearing. Scrolling back just scrolls back the document but not the toolbar.
- when at end of document the webpage should not scroll
I assume you are scrolling using the mouse wheel?
That's just the way browsers work. If you scroll back up to the top of the document, then the outer document will scroll again and the toolbar will re-appear. The only solution to this is to ensure your edit skin is always 100% visible on all browsers, so there is no "outer" scrollbar.
Or did you mean something else? If my analysis is correct, please reassign this to whatever skin you are using.
No you're right, but when there is a longer form beneath then it isn't possible without an outer scrolbar. I am afraid we have to live with this.
- 15 Dec 2007
There have been proposals to put the form field in a tab so the edit screen can be smaller, but that also has some problems.
Otherwise we cannot change this behaviour.