I bet someone will chime in about this but I’ve seen more than a few mentions of some simple JS/CSS to inject into your page to remove that scrollbar. The results probably vary by browser, but do a bit of searching in the forum — I know there’s at least a couple of suggest solutions for this.
Hint: I believe the solution involves the “overflow” property. You might also just Google “remove scrollbar from element” to find discussions of various approaches to this. At a minimum, you are going to have to enable “add ID attribute to HTML elements” so you’ll be able to reference a specific element in your page (find that under Settings > General.
I feel that this is common enough that it’s worth us nudging the bubble team to add this as a setting for repeating groups in the editor instead of relying on a plugin or other workaround. (At least, some greater ability to customize the scroll bar appearance…ex. changing the color).
True this. Mostly, I see people just wanting to get rid of it.
Aside: As I think about it, I don’t use horizontal scroll RG’s at all due to the generally fugly appearance. Instead, I use fixed cell groups and build next/previous widgets to rotate them. Of course, that approach makes the group non-swipeable.
Hey guys, if your lists / repeating groups have a fewish items and you can afford to show the whole list at once, then selecting Layout Style > Full List on the repeating group should get rid of your scroll bars. It did for my vertical ones anyhow.
Either way, it would be nice to have a “hide scroll bar” toggle in the RG