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Css: Firefox 45.3.0 on Mac OS X El Capitan- vertical scrollbar on multiselect element doesn't appear.

Posted on 2016-08-16
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In jsfiddle:HTML
<select id="mymultsel" class="listbox" multiple="" size="3"  tabindex="6" name="mymultsel" style="cursor:pointer;">
  <option value="1" selected="">NY</option>
  <option value="2" style="cursor:pointer;">AL</option>
  <option value="3" style="cursor:pointer;">AZ</option>
  <option value="4" style="cursor:pointer;">NE</option>
  <option value="5" style="cursor:pointer;">IL</option>
  <option value="6" style="cursor:pointer;">NJ</option>
  <option value="7" style="cursor:pointer;">FL</option>
  <option value="8" style="cursor:pointer;">OH</option>
</select>
Under CSS:
element.style {
  cursor:pointer;
}
.listBox {
  font: 75%/110% tahoma;
  width: 30ex;
}
The vert scrollbar doesn't show up. It seems to vary from Mac to Mac though. Is it a Firefox theme issue? I am using the default theme.
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Kim Walker earned 500 total points
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It is likely a MacOS issue. The past few versions of MacOS have eliminated the scroll arrows. This may be a similar design faux pas. You may have to use the two-finger-scroll on the magic mouse to scroll the multiple select list.

By the way, Tahoma is a Windows system font. Verdana is the cross-platform equivalent.
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