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Posted on 2012-12-22
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hi - I'm using the following code below.  After the page is done scrolling I need to change to a different page.  I'm not sure how to determine when the page has finished scrolling.  I can use something different if needed.

Thanks!!

 
<script type="text/javascript">

function pageScrollPause() {
  window.setTimeout(pageScroll,6000)
}

function pageScroll() {
    document..scrollBy(0,1);
    scrolldelay = setTimeout('pageScroll()',10);
}
</script>

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Robert Schutt earned 2000 total points
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try this:
var savpos = -1;
function pageScroll() {
    scrollBy(0,1);
		if (savpos == document.body.scrollTop) { // didn't scroll - end reached

			// TODO: redirect
			// window.location.href = '...';

			// to test, show alert
			// alert('done');

		} else {
			savpos = document.body.scrollTop;
			scrolldelay = setTimeout(pageScroll,10);
		}
}

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by:zack4x4
ID: 38717640
That worked great thanks!!
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