(I guess I'm not allowed to file bugs?)
On Chromium-based browsers, workboard columns such as https://we.phorge.it/project/view/105/ have customized thin scrollbars:
On Firefox, however, they have the default OS scrollbars:
This is because they are defined using non-standard CSS pseudoelements ::-webkit-scrollbar and ::-webkit-scrollbar-thumb.
The default scrollbars can get really unsightly on large workboards, such as https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/4864/:
Firefox supports the standard scrollbar-width: thin CSS property that can be used to achieve a similar effect: https://caniuse.com/mdn-css_properties_scrollbar-width
It would look like this:
Please add it :)
I'd be happy to write a patch, but your guidelines suggest filing a bug before submitting a patch, and I'm not allowed to file bugs…
Oh, if your OS doesn't always show scrollbars, then I guess this wouldn't make a difference for you. There's probably an option somewhere to change that, if you wanted to test how it works for others. But this means that my proposed change shouldn't affect you either. :)
It seems a bug that affects mainly Microsoft Windows users since I cannot reproduce that giant scrollbar from GNU/Linux.
Firefox on GNU/Linux with KDE desktop environment:
Chromium GNU/Linux with KDE desktop environment:
Thanks for your reporting! :)
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