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Currently, I'm working on an application that display grid information. When a user clicks on a row, details are shown below the row through the Grid.setDetailsGenerator.
On desktop the information if displayed fine and if the content is too wide, the web browser allows for scrolling.
The problem occurs on mobile. The grid details has no scrollbar and mobile devices do not create a scrollbar in the web browser. So for content wider than the screen the details is not generated.
Is there something missing on the generated HTML (which I see is a translate3d) that can be style so that the details can scroll? If not, is there another way to scroll this details or is there another Vaadin component that does work that can accomplish the same take I'm trying to implement?