scroll bar

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barre de défilement
スクロールバー
schuifbalk
pasek przesuwania
barra de rolagem

scroll bar

n (Comput) → Bildlaufleiste f
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object valid or invalid; size and font of words is set by Font attribute; display mode of font can be set by MultiLine attribute; Scroll Bars attribute can be used to endow text box with horizontal scroll bar, vertical scroll bar or both of them.
The KantanMT Community can now utilize scroll bars in all their Timeline entries that contain file lists making it easier to read and understand their MT engine development history in the Timeline.
The new design looks great on contemporary computers having sharp and big monitors, but some of its users are still on old computers with small screens, clicking browser scroll bars.
Displayed in an easy-to-navigate graphical map, the Inspire Me also has scroll bars embedded so that visitors to the site can easily adjust their criteria as they explore their travel options.
Unlike its rivals, Mobile Patient Notes is based on an intuitive design using simple sliders, scroll bars and drop-down boxes to record assessments.
The app is designed to reduce the amount of time clinicians spend recording notes, using a design based on sliders, scroll bars and drop-down boxes to let users put down their assessments quickly and more easily.
Although a virtual keyboard lets you type away pretty quickly, menu buttons and scroll bars are somewhat unresponsive, making navigation through menus at times frustrating.
My father is still getting used scroll bars and other computer concepts.
0, with its now indispensable drop-down menus, scroll bars, icons, and dialogue boxes.
Keep in mind that you have a maximum width of 520 pixels, so you may need to scale down from regular webpages to avoid having scroll bars.
In Design View, open the form's Property Sheet and turn off the items you don't want, such as Record Selectors, Navigation Buttons, Dividing Lines, and Scroll Bars, by changing their setting to "No" (or "Neither"), as shown in Figure 2.
Inaccessible questions that occurred with the greatest frequency were those with long reading passages that required the use of scroll bars to view the text (7.