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Andrew Senner

IE9, issue with 'scroll' attribute for Draggable.

Reported by Andrew Senner | September 11th, 2011 @ 06:17 PM

It seems to be that giving a Draggable the 'scroll: true' attribute breaks it in IE9, works fine in Chrome, and Firefox, and with IE8 (with chrome frame). I took the scroll attribute off and the error stopped occurring.

Tested this with Prototype 1.7 and 1.7rc3. Neither one worked until the scroll attribute was removed.

Said Error:

"No such interface supported"

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