ID:109591
 
Applies to:Website
Status: Open

Issue hasn't been assigned a status value.
http://www.byond.com/games/Falacy/DBZHU2#tab=scores
You cannot horizontally scroll the scoreboard frame (or whatever it is) using the mouse wheel (buggish?), which means you have to scroll the page down, manually use the scroll bar for that frame, and then scroll back up to see the person in first place. On top of this annoying new functionality, I never much cared for the scoreboard and medals being listed next to each other in the first place, especially since the medals frame is always much taller (see related complaints below). Plus, I can't even see the entire height of the scoreboard at 1920x1080 resolution.
Could you split the Standings tab with tabs for Medals and Scores or something?

Related Complaints: http://www.byond.com/members/ BYONDHelp?command=view_tracker_issue&tracker_issue=1088
You can however middle click to make the scroll thing come up & move your mouse right to make it scroll right.

However you are right, it should be possible for people who can move the scroll wheel right to have it scroll right.
Superbike32 wrote:
You can however middle click to make the scroll thing come up & move your mouse right to make it scroll right.

No, you can't. At least I can't
Then yes, you should be able to, but it's working for me in IE9, any IE version should handle the scrolling just fine though.

Realistically however so should chrome/firefox & many other browsers unless you typed something like about:settings & disabled it somewhere, this might be best for the bug reports instead.

However it might not be fixable because the web browser is meant to allow you to scroll on the controls that even have the option for scrollbars on them.
Actually, I seem to be able to do it in IE and Opera, but not in Firefox.
Even if it did work, its still somewhat annoying to have to scroll the scoreboard. My main request here is to adequately split the medals and score sections.
It would be nice if we could stack the score and medal columns rather than making them share horizontal screen space.