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When I use iPad to browse this site, there is no horizontal bar where program code is displayed. What technology was behind this incompatibility issue. Was it Flash?

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When was the last time they allowed all members of the Justice League of the Superboy punch on an iPad? – random Jun 28 '11 at 2:13
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I believe no scrollbars are ever visible on an iPad other than the main viewport. However, you can hold one finger down on an area that scrolls and use another finger to scroll that area use the "Two finger scroll" to view the content (provided you know that it scrolls). This works for me on my iPad.

See this question on SO for more technical information...

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this is called "two finger scroll", I have never heard it described in the manner you are describing it :p – Jeff Atwood Jun 28 '11 at 3:44
@Jeff, thanks for clearing that up...makes more sense...i'm likely an island iPad user... – davidsleeps Jun 28 '11 at 3:46

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