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Your css look nicer but it doesn't get the effect I wanted.Maybe I explain it incorrectly.
I am trying to make the "grid-container" fixed size and when there is a multiple item in "conversation-text" , I want it to scroll. You can look at my code for example.
Essentially there two scroll bar , one for the browser and one for the "conversation-text" (if the multiple item cannot be display)
I don't know if the ASCII diagram below will show up correctly in your device but "|" represent the scroll bar.
Btw thank for helping.
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conversation-text | | | |
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text field | |
M1sf3t462743dif your only concerned about that part scrolling you can get rid of the default scroll bar by setting that element to no overflow.
There's also a css property that simply hides the scroll bar but I don't think it's fully supported on all browsers.
The only other way I can remember to do it is something like your doing where you set the width to force it out of view. i want to say it works even better if you wrap it in a container that has its overflow restricted.