I have a problem with the pro scroller in IE on windoze machines. The page the scroller is on also has a window media player stream. Whenever I click
on the scroller buttons to scroll the media stream stops playing. i've researched this and so far found out that when an event is triggered in IE on
a windoze machine all processes are cancelled, meaning the mediaplayer stops. IE does not currently support the W3C Event model so I've tried using
the window.event.returnValue = false; to stop the default IE process action. so far I haven't found a plac to put it where it works tho...it either
makes it so the scroller doesn't scroll or doesn't prevent the stream from stopping.
Any ideas as to how to fix this problem?
well, as you found this is the browser problem. unfortunately we can't make the scroller to respond to mouse events without using/triggering the events.