I tested the described setup but I was able to reproduce the reported behavior only when I have body scroll=no
and no setting for overflow:hidden
Please, note that the scroll=no
setting removes the scrollbars only under IE and in order to achieve the same under FF you should use the overflow: hidden
setting as shown in our examples for RadSplitter for ASP.NET here
This being said you can achieve the desired behavior by using the following line:
|<body scroll=no style="overflow:hidden;">
but when using XHTML mode it is much better to use this style:
| html, body, form
| height: 100%;
| margin: 0px;
| padding: 0px;
| overflow: hidden;
For your convenience I attached my test project.
In case I have not understand you correctly, please open a new support ticket and send me a sample reproduction project along with a video capture of the exact steps I need to follow. Once I receive it, I will do my best to help.
the Telerik team