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Turning window scrolling back on

edited August 2015 in Help! with 1.x
On one particular screen for an animation effect I want to disable the scroll bar (animation goes out of bounds so I just want it to go out of bounds rather than resize the screen).

The simplest way I've found to do this is the following JavaScript in the passage:
document.body.scroll = "no"; = 'hidden';
document.height = window.innerHeight;

What I need help with is what's the opposite of these values to turn scrolling back on once the player leaves the cutscene and gets back to a text screen? I'm guessing "yes", "visible", but the third is...?

EDIT: Though I guess I could alternatively just add overflow: hidden; to my html and body with <<addclass>> and use <<removeclass>> afterwards. No JavaScript required then.

Or even with a tag on that passage could be the easiest way...


  • edited August 2015
    EDIT: nevermind this post. But all is well and I used the tag method of tagging the passage noscroll and using this css
    html.noscroll { overflow: hidden; }
    body.noscroll {overflow: hidden;}

    Seems to work OK with just the body css, but I won't take chances.
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