Open Bug 1124108 Opened 5 years ago Updated 14 days ago
Support elastic overscroll (rubberbanding) on mac
B2G supports overscroll effects. I tried to enable this feature on osx (with apz.overscroll.enabled and layers.async-pan-zoom.enabled), but as soon as the scroll position reaches the top or the bottom of the window, the page freezes. Scrolling doesn't work anymore until the visibility of the page is toggled.
This is somewhere on my list but I haven't made a lot of progress on it yet.
When using B2G on Mac, overscroll appears to work with the B2G animation (stretching), but the stretch is not "released". The page stays stretched until the user scrolls again.
Comment 2 is still true in the latest OS X nightly. However "B2G on Mac" is probably not a relevant platform any more. I'll leave this open for now since we may still want to support overscroll on OS X.
Depends on: 937335
Markus has a WIP patch for this and other related things, which I'm posting here for reference (originally posted in bug 1282245 comment 3).
2 years ago
Priority: -- → P3
See Also: → 1393102
Any progress on this now that APZ has landed in Firefox 57?
Any ideas about this? It's a key feature that would make Firefox on macOS much, much more attractive.
Sorry for the dupe :-( Updating this comment with some search words: Rubberband Rubber Band Rubber Banding Rubberbanding Elastic Scrolling Elasticscrolling
Summary: Support APZ overscroll on OSX → Support elastic overscroll (rubberbanding) on macOS
(In reply to Mart from comment #7) > Any ideas about this? It's a key feature that would make Firefox on macOS > much, much more attractive. Same here. Would like to bring this under the attention again. My only feature wish for Firefox on macOS is the rubber band scrolling and pinch/tap to zoom. Please make this happen! Happy to help where I can. :)
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