I have a radwindow, inside of which is a div with overflow-y:scroll. Inside the div is a radlistbox. The idea is to allow
scrolling to the bottom of the sometimes long list of items to be checked and unchecked in the listbox. Upon page load if
you don’t scroll the listbox, the checkboxes work and I am able to check and uncheck items in the list. However, if I
scroll, to view more items, I cannot check any checkboxes because the radlistbox first scrolls to the top, and then ignores
the click attempt. I have tried autopostback=false, and causesvalidation=false with no success. How do I work around this?
NOTE: This “feature” only exists in IE. In Firefox, I can check and uncheck regardless of the position of the scroll.
There was another post about this a year ago, but it was never properly addressed:
(IIS 7.5, Windows Server 2012, VS 2012, C#, ASP.NET, Telerik runtime version 4.0.30319, IE11, Firefox 45.0)