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Autocomplete Width Problem in FireFox

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  • wendy.xmwu
    Hi All, I m using the Yahoo Auto complete control in my application. Since the suggested item is composed of 4 different sub-items and the whole string text
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 3, 2006
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      Hi All,
      I'm using the Yahoo Auto complete control in my application. Since
      the suggested item is composed of 4 different sub-items and the
      whole string text will be very long.
      1. When running in IE, the whole text can be shown well by expanding
      the width of the Container.
      2. But in Firefox, the container can't be expanded thus the text
      beyong the container width can't be shown.

      I also tried to use the following attribute to set the horiental
      feature, but seems it doesn't work.
      oAutoComp.animHoriz = true;

      Can anyone help to give me any suggestion on how to solve this
      problem in Firefox so that the whole suggestion item can be shown or
      a horiental scrollbar can be shown?

      Thanks,

      Wendy
    • jennykhan
      Hi Wendy, Try setting overflow:auto in your CSS. Regards, Jenny
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 12, 2006
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        Hi Wendy,

        Try setting overflow:auto in your CSS.

        Regards,
        Jenny





        --- In ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com, "wendy.xmwu" <wendy.xmwu@...>
        wrote:
        >
        > Hi All,
        > I'm using the Yahoo Auto complete control in my application. Since
        > the suggested item is composed of 4 different sub-items and the
        > whole string text will be very long.
        > 1. When running in IE, the whole text can be shown well by expanding
        > the width of the Container.
        > 2. But in Firefox, the container can't be expanded thus the text
        > beyong the container width can't be shown.
        >
        > I also tried to use the following attribute to set the horiental
        > feature, but seems it doesn't work.
        > oAutoComp.animHoriz = true;
        >
        > Can anyone help to give me any suggestion on how to solve this
        > problem in Firefox so that the whole suggestion item can be shown or
        > a horiental scrollbar can be shown?
        >
        > Thanks,
        >
        > Wendy
        >
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