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(Probably) because they want users to use trackpad gestures to scroll On a device that has arguably the best trackpad available, and scrolling up and down is as simple as placing a moving two finger tips, it makes little sense to start fiddling around with clicking on scrollbars. Apple have been trying to unify the OSX and iOS experiences since iOS was ...


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I think reasons are: To use all width of a screen. Default scrollbar takes about 17px. To make width of page unchangable. Just imagine - you have page that fits to screen's height and you do something that adds some new block on the page. After that scrollbar appears and - yep, you're right - moves all content to left by it's width. It's not a big drama ...



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