One of our users pointed out the vertical scroll bar in the top half of the RadSplitter displays but is greyed out. If the splitter is collapsed forwards and then moved back, the scroll bar becomes enabled. This issue occurs only in Chrome. The scroll bar appears enabled as expected in Firefox, Opera, and Safari.
I've attached screenshots for all the browsers mentioned above. The related code is below; I stripped out the content in the table elements since it's not relevant to the issue. The RadPane with the ID "radpane_preview" is where the vertical scroll bar isn't working correctly.
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I tested the provided code but was not able to replicate the reported behavior with it. I am attaching my test page to this reply - can you modify it up to a point where the problem occurs and send it so we can investigate the problem further?
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I modified the aspx and C# file you provided, and was able to duplicate the issue. However, I did have to add more code. I replaced the line "<TheXXX:TheItemPreview ID="TheItemPreview" runat="server" Scrolling="Y"/>" with the actual contents from the user control. The user control contains another RadSplitter, and sets the height to 320px. In Chrome, the vertical scrollbar is greyed out unless you move RadSplitBar; the scrollbar works correctly in Opera, Firefox, and Safari.
Here is the modified code...
Thank you for your help!
Thank you for the provided reproduction code. The issue is related to the fact that you are passing heigh to a nested Splitter, which by design inherits the heigh of its parent RadPane. In order to size the Splitter manually, you need to make sure its ResizeWithParentPane property is set to "false":
Please, note also that using a Splitter with only one RadPane is highly not recomended and not supported scenario. In case this configuration is used in you actual application (but not only for the test) I would advice to revise it.
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