Is there any way of making mxDefaultToolbar use a scrollbar in case of too many items ? I've tried setting the encompassing element ( a div) overflow property but it does not seem to work.

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Ok, I've figured it out, the overflow works on the toolbar too, as long as it has a fixed height (in my case). It seems that the overflow CSS property doesn't like it very much when things are expressed in percents. The thing is, that is a real bother when you're trying to get an ui usable on various screen sizes.

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