Since a month, right from when I started learning Looker, I’ve been observing looks embedded on websites (even on docs.looker.com) have an extra vertical scroll-bar.
Adding scrolling=“no” fixes this.
One small phrase and that makes it look so much better:
And I observed that this also fixes that annoying scrolling bug, where the particular look’s area stops users from scrolling if mouse pointer hovers on it.
But, I’m not UI/UX expert. I want to know, will there be any problems with implementing this?
(And also, if no problems, it’d be so nice if you can update them all @Looker_Support. TIA!)