The QScrollArea component offers a neat way of customizing the scrollbars by encapsulating your content. Think of it as a DOM element which has
overflow: auto, but with your own custom styled scrollbar instead of browser’s default one and a few nice features on top.
The following examples are best seen on desktop as they make too little sense on a mobile device.
You can also take a look at Layout Drawer to see some more examples of it in action.
Controlling scrollbar visibility
When using the
visible Boolean prop, the default mouse over/leave behavior is disabled, leaving you in full control of the scrollbar visibility.
When content changes, the scrollbar appears then disappears again. You can set a certain delay (amount of time in milliseconds) before scrollbar disappears again (if component is not hovered):
Below is an example of using the
@scroll event to synchronize the scrolling between two containers.