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RadAjaxLoadingPanel does not take in account overflow:auto in Firefox

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Charles Forsyth
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Charles Forsyth asked on 04 Sep 2008, 07:41 PM
Hi Gurus,

I have a RadTreeView control within a parent DIV that is set for CSS Overflow:Auto (for Firefox3). So when the user expands the RadTreeView the page does not grow, but instead scrollbars appear on the DIV.

The RadAjaxLoadingPanel is set up with Sticky=False

However, the area replaced by the RadAjaxLoadingPanel extends outside the DIV parent tag in FireFox3 but works fine in IE7. 

It appears that the RadAjaxLoadingPanel does not take in account the fact that the RadTreeView is within a DIV parent with a height attribute set and overflow set to "auto."

Are you planning to fix this bug and take in account the size of the parent DIV so the RadAjaxLoadingPanel only appears within the parent DIV container and does not extend outside of it?

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answered on 04 Sep 2008, 07:56 PM
I was able to resolve the problem by not using a parent DIV.

I applied the height and overflow properties directly to the RadTreeView control itself and that seems to have fixed the problem.

So how do I mark this thread answered?
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answered on 05 Sep 2008, 05:36 AM
Hello Charles,

We are glad you managed to find the solution. Thanks for sharing that.

You can set this response for example as answer to mark the thread as answered.

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answered on 05 Sep 2008, 05:49 AM
Unfortunately, the resolution spawned another problem.

When you set the height of a RadTreeView control that property is inherited by the nodes when drag and drop is used. So if you set the property of your RadTreeView to 400px high, then attempt to drag a node, the dragged node (visual representation) is also 400px high.

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