In Dublin, if there are more columns off-screen, a persistent horizontal bar was present at the bottom of the frame to show that there were additional columns.

In Fuji, the scroll bar does not show up until the very bottom of the frame. A user does not know that additional columns exist until they are at the very bottom of the list or page.

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Go to incident.list and select any record.
  2. Configure the related lists and add Catalog Task > Parent.
  3. In the related list, click Edit. Take a large chunk (15+) of records and add them.
  4. In the related list, click the gear icon to personalize the list layout.
  5. Add a handful of columns (7+) to create a necessity for horizontal scrolling.

Notice on the form you now have to scroll to the very bottom of the related list to even know there may be additional columns in the list.


This issue is under review, but the problem has been resolved in the versions listed below in the Fixed In section by the addition of a new property (sys_properties table).

If this property does not already exist in your system, you may create it as follows:

  • Name: glide.ui.related_list.floating_scrollbars
  • Type: true/false
  • Value: true

Related Problem: PRB631171

Seen In

Fuji Patch 10
Fuji Patch 5
Fuji Patch 8
Geneva Patch 4
Geneva Patch 7
Geneva Patch 9
Helsinki Patch 5

Fixed In

Geneva Patch 8
Helsinki Patch 2

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Last Updated:2017-12-20 09:13:57