Ticket #8951 (closed enhancement: patchwelcome)
jQuery could handle firefox bug 383026 with .scrollLeft()
|Reported by:||arieleo||Owned by:|
Description (last modified by rwaldron) (diff)
Hi, This is a suggestion to handle a bug in Firefox (383026) rather than an actual jQuery bug.
Using jQuery .scrollLeft() on an element with a direction of RTL will return negative values in Firefox.
For example, one need only to set an element's opacity with jQuery and forget it. jQuery will deal with the different opacity techniques for the different browsers.
Therefore, my suggestion is to add to jQuery's .scrollLeft the ability to take into consideration the rendering engine and to return a unified positive value, instead of Firefox's negative one.
Documentation for the Firefox bug is located here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=383026
Your review of this suggestion is appreciated. Ariel
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