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 Horizontal scrolling from max-height property
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So I encountered a weird issue when trying to use max-height to overflow it horizontally.

This is the test thread, testing using the same code multiple times with changes on the height properties.

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-webkit-column-count:2;-webkit-column-fill:balance;-moz-column-count:2;-moz-column-fill:balance;column-count:2;height: 300px; overflow-x: auto; overflow-y: hidden; padding: 5px;


1. Height: 300px - works
2. Min-height: 300px - works
3. Max-height: 300px - doesn't work (it scrolls vertically though)
4. Min-height: 100px; Max-height: 300px - Max height doesn't register (though I think I know why but I'm not sure.)

I may probably be missing a logic here though.
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I don't think this is a bug with the service but one with the browser.

Everything seems to work as expected for me in Firefox.

In Chrome, max-height is working properly, however overflow isn't. This seems like a bug with webkit's column-count and column-fill properties. Perhaps they do not respect max-height property when it comes to overflow?

I've never used those properties before so I don't have any experience with them, so I'm not really sure how to go about fixing it. Looks like you can just use height for now (though that does have the issue of making all posts at least 300px tall when they don't need to be...)

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Everything appears to work as expected for me as well in Firefox.

I suspect a problem/conflict with webkit-column-fill, but I've never even seen any of these attributes. They are quite new.

http://www.quackit.com/css/css3/properties...column-fill.cfm

Have you tried just regular column-fill and column-count instead of all the browser specific attributes? It may or may not make a difference; the -moz and -webkit ones are specific to said browsers and don't have to listen to universal rules if they so choose whereas the global attribute is held to different standards (or should be...).

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Ow, cross-browser issue. I haven't encountered a problem like that in a while so it hadn't crossed my mind (especially since the code was supposedly cross-browser in the first place.)

It doesn't work at all without the webkit. I also fiddled around and it seemed max-height is the issue. It worked fine with max-width, both with and without the columns.

Hmm. I guess I could try to figure out a javascript code for this.

This post has been edited by AMB Tanz: Jan 24 2014, 05:00 AM
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I don't think you'll be able to do this with JavaScript. Looks like the attribute isn't global either - sorry about that.

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Hey, not entirely certain if this will help but a recent code I was helping out on had some strange issues in Chrome due to the horizontal overflow properties, we found manually setting the whitespace css variable for the HTML object in question worked. It seems like a common hack at the moment for hidden content spill over, though I'm still not entirely certain as to how it works so it may not be of any help. Just an idea wink.gif

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