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I am migrating from air sdk 22.0 to 26.0. On iOS, the <s: Scroller> tag is not a mobile scroller, but appears as a PC Scroller (scroll bar is visible). How do you handle mobile scrolling? Each time an air sdk migration occurs, the existing components are

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I am migrating from air sdk 22.0 to 26.0. On iOS, the <s: Scroller> tag is not a mobile scroller, but appears as a PC Scroller (scroll bar is visible). How do you handle mobile scrolling? Each time an air sdk migration occurs, the existing components are slightly changed or incompatible, making migration very difficult.

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I am migrating from air sdk 22.0 to 26.0. On iOS, the <s: Scroller> tag is not a mobile scroller, but appears as a PC Scroller (scroll bar is visible). How do you handle mobile scrolling? Each time an air sdk migration occurs, the existing components are

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I am migrating from air sdk 22.0 to 26.0. On iOS, the <s: Scroller> tag is not a mobile scroller, but appears as a PC Scroller (scroll bar is visible). How do you handle mobile scrolling? Each time an air sdk migration occurs, the existing components are slightly changed or incompatible, making migration very difficult.

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