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Tommy:-
Exactly what I was looking for. Had this problem on several websites.
(09.06.2004, 19:34)

David:-
clever git!
(01.07.2004, 15:34)

michele:-
doesn't seem to work in safari either. bummer.
(03.09.2004, 04:30)

Ian:-
Just what I need, just hoping now it works as good for our clients using a Mac...
Thanks!
(02.12.2004, 12:39)

Avtar:-
Yo bro
(03.02.2005, 21:30)

Zeerus:-
This is great. I'm using it for a school project. You can see it at http://webfuziondesign.com/squid/

unfortunately, i have it set up so it only works in 1024 by 768 resolution, I'm still a newbie coder
(07.03.2005, 13:29)

gcyrillus:-
hello everybody, great site ! learning and starting to understand what is css and its purpose !
trying to use unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction:rtl;, of course it works fine for the scrollbar, but can't use the float, so i use margin instead, (i am newbie ).
But then the child react to it too, tables, (okay, easy to fix) but the tag <p> using the "first-letter" hides the text in ff and mixes it a bit up in IE 6.
it even writes the plain text (no tags)the other way round only in IE6 .
I am confuse because it doesn't seems to be coherent to me, is there a way to avoid childs to react on the unicode.
Excuse my english, i'm french. yep, that happens :-) too.
Thanks.
(18.04.2005, 13:39)

Richard V:-
works in safari 1.3 BUT the scrollbar is on the right!!
(23.04.2005, 16:09)

Hans Millard:-
sehr gut Saite. Was machen Sie mein Freund?
keep it up !
(31.07.2005, 13:16)

Anonym:-
Safari 2.0.3 => scroll bar is on the right.
(26.02.2006, 21:06)

james:-
every tutorial on here has codes. i cant find the code for this. am i just thick? or not looking in the right place? i must have gone thru over 100 tutorials tnite trying to find out how to left align a scrollbar in a scroll box. this is the cloest thing i can find, and yet, i see nothing. help, kids?
xxx
(03.09.2006, 23:33)

Stu:-
james, just look at the source code. The style is #scroll {unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction:rtl; display:block; width:300px; height:100px; overflow:auto; padding:10px; border:1px solid #ba8; margin:0 auto;}
and the html is
<div id="scroll">
<div dir="ltr">
<p>This is a piece of text placed in a div that has a scroll bar on the LEFT</p>
<p>The text, however, ends up as being right justified so it will need another div to reset the direction.<br />
You can size the box anyhow you like but unfortunately not all browsers support this.</p>
<p>Might be useful for something though :)</p>
</div>
</div>
(03.09.2006, 23:50)

james:-
ive well just fell in love with you, thanks.xxx
(04.09.2006, 00:41)

CurlyPaul:-
Thank you very much, all good stuff.

Just thought that I would add that it works in ie7 and Firefox :)
(13.06.2007, 12:07)

Anonym:-
Safari 3.0, scroll bar still on right. Looks like Safari no likey.
(30.10.2007, 19:49)

Joe:-
This doesn't seem to be working in Firefox 3 Beta 1, just thought I'd let you know.
(23.11.2007, 05:57)

Pascal:-
But it works fine in Firefox 2 :)
(13.04.2008, 14:17)

analpaper:-
under Firefox 3 is rendered at right side, any chance to fit it under FF3?
(18.07.2008, 02:24)

Jack:-
Stu

In Firefox 3 the scroll bar is rendered on the right hand side of the div. No amount of tweaking from myself has come up with a solution - any thoughts?

Thanks in anticipation
Jack
(10.08.2008, 11:15)

Mandy:-
I'm in Opera 9.6 and the scrollbar appears on the left for me. :)
(12.10.2008, 20:55)

Rafael:-
FF 3.6.6 - it's still on the right. However, as no-one's commented saying they've found a use for this "technique", I doubt it's critical that it's fixed!
(06.06.2010, 20:20)



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