This is not a tested or official solution - just a suggestion that might point you in the right direction. The suggested approach is to let the Grid built-in rendering mechanism determine whether or not the container should be scrollable (based on the Grid scrollable option), and render scrollbars or not accordingly. If hiding/showing the scrollbars via CSS is a must, styling them and all their inner elements uniformly across browsers can prove to be a tedious task, but is probably possible via the proper custom implementation too.
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Posted on:03 Jun 2019 06:10
thank you for your quick response! Functionally conditional scrolling would do the job. But the usability experts in our team asked us to visually hide the scrollbars. Would that be possible as well? I tried "overflow: hidden" but that messes up the layout...
Posted on:31 May 2019 13:33
You can hide and show the scrollbars dynamically depending on whether the content height exceeds the available Grid height as demonstrated in the following documentation example: