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Scroll Bar Problem in Sidebar Region Oracle Apex

Su.gi
Su.gi Member Posts: 511
edited Mar 4, 2015 4:03AM in APEX Discussions

Hi All,

  I am developing an application using Oracle Apex 4.2.5.

Application Properties:

    Themes = Productivity Application Theme 26

    Template = One Level Tab with Left Sidebar

I have created Tree menu in left sidebar.

In region attribute I have used the below code

STYLE="overflow-x:scroll;overflow-y:scroll; height:500px;width:220px"


If I expand the tree node overflow-y:scroll works fine, but overflow-x:scroll is not working.

My problem is overflow-x:scroll is not working.

How to resolve this problem?

Thanks,

Su.gi

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  • Sunil Bhatia
    Sunil Bhatia Member Posts: 1,280 Bronze Trophy
    edited Mar 4, 2015 4:03AM Answer ✓

    Thats it.

    I dint change anything else. You can include height too, if you need, elsewise it is looking good.

    (Please mark answer as correct or helpful, if you think it has helped you)

    Thanks

    Sunil Bhatia

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  • Sunil Bhatia
    Sunil Bhatia Member Posts: 1,280 Bronze Trophy
    edited Mar 4, 2015 1:10AM

    Hi,

    Will you mind creating an example with your tree structure on apex.oracle.com website with this problem?

    Thanks

    Sunil Bhatia

  • Su.gi
    Su.gi Member Posts: 511
    edited Mar 4, 2015 1:37AM

    Hi, 

      Thanks for Your reply.

      Here is my application details in apex.oracle.com

    Application   ID   48972

    Application Name   Slidebar

    Workspace    SUGI_DEMO

    Username    my_demo

    Password     my_demo

    In Home Page, Region Name is Tree.

    You expand the first node to see the problem.

    Regards,

    Su.gi



  • Sunil Bhatia
    Sunil Bhatia Member Posts: 1,280 Bronze Trophy
    edited Mar 4, 2015 2:06AM

    Hi,

    Please check your application. I have modified the code.

    Thanks

    Sunil Bhatia

  • Su.gi
    Su.gi Member Posts: 511
    edited Mar 4, 2015 3:34AM

    Thanks for reply,

      You have removed region attribute, and used the below code

    In Region Header

    <div style="overflow:auto;width:200px;">

    In Region Footer

    </div>

    Is it correct? or Anyother Changes you done?

    Regards

    Su.gi

    Su.gi
  • Sunil Bhatia
    Sunil Bhatia Member Posts: 1,280 Bronze Trophy
    edited Mar 4, 2015 4:03AM Answer ✓

    Thats it.

    I dint change anything else. You can include height too, if you need, elsewise it is looking good.

    (Please mark answer as correct or helpful, if you think it has helped you)

    Thanks

    Sunil Bhatia

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