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Nintex Forms 2013 droppable containers won't scroll in Chrome

Question asked by akrasheninnikov Expert on Feb 15, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 15, 2016 by akrasheninnikov

Has anyone seen an issue with recent NF2013 releases where droppable containers won't scroll in Chrome while IE renders and behaves as expected?

I haven't investigated this thoroughly enough yet, but failed to reproduce this in a simple jsfiddle with html like this.

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