I know you can switch iframe scrollbars on and off. I also know that you can have the browser switch them on and off as required. However, it appears they have to be switched on and off together.
This can create a confusing user interface. For example, the page in the iframe may be set to a width that fits nicely within the iframe's width, either with tables (pttooey... no comments neccessary) or with css. The browser detects a vertical overflow and enables the scroll bars. All ok so far, except that the horizontal scroll bar has nothing to do. Maybe it gets bored sitting there, or jealous of the vertical scroll bar, because it insists on allowing the user to scroll horizontally for 5 or 10 pixels. I tried reducing the width of the content, but that doesn't help.
Is there a way to enable the vertical scroll bar, and disable the horizontal, (or perhaps send it off to do another job like negotiating middle east peace or something else that will get it off my window and keep it happy)?