Add Support for Scrollbar Styling
Add support for scrollbar styling, similar to the earlier properties supported in Internet Explorer (i.e. scrollbar-base-color, etc)
Support for styling scrollbars using the WebKit syntax is now on the Microsoft Edge backlog with a priority of medium.
Anders Madsen commented
Could you guys please get around to fixing this?
Wtf! why soyyy long!?
Will this be added any time soon?
That was almost a year ago. Please be serious. Developers just lose time trying to integrate your piece of ... browser with our web-apps.
Since it's so narrow it's too hard to click the up/down arrows, pain in the neck.
scrollbars are almost invisible
Niek Esselink commented
If this gets added the please add an option for users to keep the standaard scrollbar of Edge. I freaking hate sites that changes the way I scroll.
It would be great to see the similar to webkit properties for scrollbar in Edge. Please update this.
Please update scroll bar in Microsoft edge. It's so light colored and narrow it's hard to use.
XFox Prower commented
Would be nice if the scrollbars weren't transparent by default. Or boxy. List could go on.
Kagami Sascha Rosylight commented
Is there any related item on the platform status page?
Lucy's Boy commented
Make it easier than a regedit to widen the vertical scroll bar and add height to the horizontal scrollbar
Add support for styling scrollbars very simliar to Chrome, including different states and hiding steppers.
Please add this and try to use industry standards like in webkit browser
Please add this!
Since :-ms-input-placeholder isn't supported anymore, and ::-webkit-input-placeholder now is, please add the Webkit scrollbar styling properties, too! When removing the old IE scrollbar styling properties, you've got to replace it with something else. But to look on the bright side: the new implementation may finally bring support for scrollbar :hover and :active styles because it's a pseudo element?