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WebGUI: scrollable pages without requiring a mouse

I'd like to see standard scroll bars implemented that can be selected with the finger on touch-enabled devices. Currently, the only way to scroll on OS6 is to mouse over to the right to find a narrow scrollbar, then move it. Likewise, you can also use the mouse wheel to scroll. However, there are times when I'm connected with a touch-enabled device, and because there is no mouse cursor or scroll wheel, I'm unable to navigate up/down. Implementing a standard, always-visible scrollbar on the right would quickly resolve this UI issue. The best solution, of course, is to allow the scrolling by simply swiping up/down on any part of the page.
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Re: WebGUI: scrollable pages without requiring a mouse

On e.g. iOS you can use two fingers to scroll.
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Re: WebGUI: scrollable pages without requiring a mouse

Ah, just tested it with ios and Android, and you are right. Then the only request then is to let it be scrollable when using a touch enabled device to remote desktop into a PC, at which point the scrolling isn't available with fingers
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