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    Exclamation N97 WML without scrollbar

    Visit WML page with N97 browser.
    No vertical scrollbar shown.
    Why?

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    Re: N97 WML without scrollbar

    Can you give us an example of a WML page and how are you doing this in your program?

    If you are just an end user you need to post this question to Nokia either http://www.nokia.com/support or for discussion to http://www.nokia.com/discussions/ Forum Nokia is only for developers support and we would not have the expertise in end products.

    Ron

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    Talking Re: N97 WML without scrollbar

    you can try this site:
    http://wap.sina.com.cn

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    Lightbulb Re: N97 WML without scrollbar

    also http://3g.qq.com is in wml.

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    Re: N97 WML without scrollbar

    Quote Originally Posted by dustinpeng View Post
    you can try this site:
    http://wap.sina.com.cn
    This one is there but it is invisible on my N97 I couldn't connect to the other one. I'd suggest you post this at http://www.nokia.com/discussions/ as this really doesn't have anything to do with device development.

    Ron

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