scrolling

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Bilgisayar) akıtma
(Bilgisayar) akma
(Bilgisayar) bildlauf
{i} kaydırma

Bence, iyi tasarlanmış bir web sitesi yatay kaydırma gerektirmemeli. - In my opinion, a well-designed website shouldn't require horizontal scrolling.

{f} kaydır

Bence, iyi tasarlanmış bir web sitesi yatay kaydırma gerektirmemeli. - In my opinion, a well-designed website shouldn't require horizontal scrolling.

kaydırarak
Sarılıyor
düşey kaydırma
scrolling character
(Bilgisayar) sarılan karakter
scrolling terminal
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) akmalı ekran
scrolling text
(Bilgisayar) kayan metin
scrolling text
(Bilgisayar) kayan yazı
scrolling character
Sarılankarakter
scrolling terminal
akmali ekran
scrolling through a document
Belge üzerinde hareket
scroll
kaydırmak
scroll
tomar şeklinde süs
scroll
tomar
scroll
liste
scroll
(Mimarlık) salyangoz
scroll
parşömen tomarı
scroll
(Bilgisayar) kayma
scroll
(Mimarlık) kıvrım
scroll
(Mimarlık) bezeme kıvrımı
scroll
(Arkeoloji) sarmal
scroll
(Bilgisayar) kaydırma

Bence, iyi tasarlanmış bir web sitesi yatay kaydırma gerektirmemeli. - In my opinion, a well-designed website shouldn't require horizontal scrolling.

scroll
(Bilgisayar) sarma
scroll
{i} kemanın kıvrık ucu
scroll
(Bilgisayar) kayarak
scroll
uzun ve kıvrımlı kâğıt belge
scroll
kaydır

Bence, iyi tasarlanmış bir web sitesi yatay kaydırma gerektirmemeli. - In my opinion, a well-designed website shouldn't require horizontal scrolling.

Sayfanın altına doğru kaydırın. - Scroll down to the bottom of the page.

text scrolling
Metin kaydırma
automatic scrolling
Otomatik kaydırma
horizontal scrolling
Yatay kaydırma
negative scrolling
Ters Kaydırma
scroll
helezoni kıvrım
scroll
tomar şeklinde sarmak
scroll
kıvırmak
scroll
süslü yazı
scroll
kaydırmak Sarma
scroll
tomar şeklinde süslerle tezyin etmek
scroll
tomar gibi sarılmak
scroll
tomara kaydetmek
scroll
kemamn kıvrık ucu
scroll
scroll saw şerit testere
scroll
makinalı oyma testeresi
stop scrolling
Sarmayı durdur
table scrolling
Tablo kaydırma
vertical scrolling
Düşey kaydırma
Englisch - Englisch
The continuous movement of text or images on a display screen in either a horizontal or vertical direction
Present participle of scroll
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See section イ靂フ、ホタゥク /A>
Moving the text and cursor vertically or horizontally within the view Scrolling up means the cursor and text move down the screen Scrolling right means the cursor and text move leftwards
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See Display
The movement of lines of text up or down on the monitor screen
Scrolling the chat screen is when you type in a single letter or symbol in the compose area and keep hitting send This scrolls the chat screen very quickly and disrupts the chat conversation for others This is very bad Netiquette and against the rules established for most chat rooms
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See section Controlling the Display
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window to make a different part ot the buffer visible @xref{Display,Scrolling}
Moving up or down, right or left, beyond the material available on a screen Avoid making your readers scroll right or left
When there is more information than can fit on a screen at the one time, scrolling moves all the lines of text one position over, so that a new line of text can be seen For example, when you scroll down (using the scroll bar to the right) all the lines of text move up, the top ones disappearing, so that new lines of text are shown at the bottom of the page
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer Scrolling
Scrolling is the act of moving up and down (vertical scrolling) or across a window (horizontal scrolling) using the scroll bars, the scroll arrows, or the scroll boxes
A word processing feature that allows the user to view any part of the document on the screen in 20-line chunks
foliage [n] a design of painted or carved leaves that curve into spirals
The process of moving to the next screen of data and back when there is more data than can fit on one screen
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window to make a different part ot the buffer visible See section Controlling the Display
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See section Scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the messages (or text in typeout) in the window so as to see a different part of the buffer See section 5 3 Scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window to make a different part of the buffer visible See section Scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window to make a different part of the buffer visible See section Controlling the Display
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See Scrolling
The scrolling feature changes the way a person interacts with their Mac, especially users with large monitors The wheel enables the user to scroll through documents easily without using scroll bars The user can scroll horizontally or vertically The result is saved steps, saved time, and less frustration
The process by which text in xterm windows may be moved up and down using scrollbars on the left side of the window
Displaying additional text one page at a time, one line at a time, or an arbitrary number of lines at a time Sometimes, the volume of information to be displayed exceeds the size of the window or pane, so you must scroll up/down or right/left to view the rest of the information
{i} action of moving text or images horizontally or vertically so new information appears on one side of the screen as older information disappears from the other side (Computers); disruption in an Internet chat area by entering several lines of text faster than other individuals are able to type (Computers)
the act of changing your viewing area by using the scroll bar on the right side or the bottom of the screen; the right bar allows you to move up and down while the bottom bar allows you to move left to right
graphical interface: moving document around within window; text interface: moving the lines displayed on the screen up or down one line at a time
scrolly

The scrolly message was too fast to read.

scroll
To move in or out of view horizontally or vertically

The rising credits slowly scrolled off the screen.

scroll
A mark or flourish added to a person's signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal. Alexander Mansfield Burrill
scroll
To change one's view of data on a computer's display, typically using a scroll bar or a scroll wheel

She scrolled the offending image out of view.

scroll
Scroll-shaped end of a violin
scroll
a skew surface
scroll
{n} a writing wrapped up, roll, wreath
automatic scrolling
{i} (Computers) feature in Microsoft Word that automatically scrolls a document
scroll
Term used for moving the screen by clicking in the scroll bar on the right side of the window
scroll
a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles
scroll
If you scroll through text on a computer screen, you move the text up or down to find the information that you need. I scrolled down to find `United States of America'. to move information on a computer screen up or down so that you can read it scroll through
scroll
Same as Skew surface
scroll
A mark or flourish added to a person's signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal
scroll
the movement of text as it rolls up or down the screen
scroll
{i} roll of paper or parchment with writing on it; ornamental design resembling a scroll; object shaped like a spiral; roster, list
scroll
To look at the parts of the page that fall below (or above) of what you see on your screen The long bar at the far right of this screen is a scroll bar The small square in it will allow you to scroll through the rest of this page Just places your mouse pointer over the square, hold down the left click button on the mouse and slide the square up or down You will see this page move
scroll
To move through the contents of an electronic document in order to see things not currently displayed It is normally done by using a scroll bar
scroll
a document that can be rolled up (as for storage) move through text or graphics in order to display parts that do not fit on the screen; "Scroll down to see the entire text
scroll
A mark or flourish added to a persons signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal. [U.S.] Burrill
scroll
Since most computer monitors are not big enough to display an entire Web page (or any computer file), one has to scroll to see the whole file Scroll bars appear at the right side and bottom of a document to allow you to scroll
scroll
To cause text or graphics to move up, down, or across the screen so that a line of text or graphics appears at one edge of the screen for each line that moves off the opposite edge
scroll
To look at the parts of the page that fall below (or above) what you see on your screen The long bar at the far right of this screen is a scroll bar The small square in it will allow you to scroll through the rest of this page Just place your mouse pointer over the square, hold down the left click button on the mouse and slide the square up or down You will see this page move You are now scrolling
scroll
To move displayed text vertically up and down the screen You may also scroll horizontally
scroll
A roll of paper or parchment; a writing formed into a roll; a schedule; a list
scroll
{f} create curves or spirals, cut into spirals or curves; move on-screen text or images horizontally or vertically so new information appears on one side of the screen as older information disappears from the other side (Computers)
scroll
An ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form
scroll
Roman architectural ornament is largely of some scroll pattern
scroll
Some of the functions may have more data than can be displayed on one screen These are referred to as "scrollable" screens as the user can scroll backward and forward through the data by pressing the F7 and F8 keys, respectively
scroll
To move text or graphics up or down in order to see parts of the file that cannot fit on the viewing area of a screen
scroll
A feature of a graphics display, a browser or a computer terminal whereby information that is too voluminous to be displayed simultaneously in an available window can be moved through that window under the user's control The user thereby interactively "roams" through the information
scroll
a document that can be rolled up (as for storage)
scroll
  In a display device, to move the display window of the screen vertically to view the contents of a stored document   Note: Scrolling may be performed continuously or incrementally (188)
scroll
Move through a list of items in a window by operating the scrollbars with the mouse cursor
scroll
to look at the parts of the page that fall below or above what you see on your screen; the long bar at the far right of this screen is a scroll bar; the small square in it will allow you to scroll through the rest of this page; just place your mouse pointer over the square, hold down the left click button on the mouse and slide the square up or down; you will see this page move; you are now scrolling
scroll
To move through text or graphics (up, down, left, or right) in order to see parts of the file or list that cannot fit on the screen
scroll
A scroll is a long roll of paper or a similar material with writing on it. Ancient scrolls were found in caves by the Dead Sea
scroll
Moving up or down within a document in your screen Use scroll bar at right Click on arrow down or arrow up Drag the scroll button down or up Or click on the page up or page down icons at the bottom of the bar If you need to scroll left or right, use the scroll bar at the bottom
scroll
To hold your cursor arrow on the arrows or bar along the bottom or right side of the screen This moves the screen up or down so that you can read a complete document
scroll
A scroll is a painted or carved decoration made to look like a scroll. a handsome suite of chairs incised with Grecian scrolls
scroll
In olden times, paper scrolls would be unfurled at the bottom and rolled up at the top to see a new page Scrolling the screen is similar: the document is moved up or down through the window, or left or right, so that a different part of it can be seen
scroll
See under Skew
scroll
to change ones view of data on a computers display using a scroll bar or a scroll wheel
scroll
To view consecutive lines of data on the display screen The term scroll means that once the screen is full, each new line appears at the edge of the screen and all other lines move over one position For example, when you scroll down, each new line appears at the bottom of the screen and all the other lines move up one row so that the top line disappears The term vertical scrolling refers to the ability to scroll up or down Horizontal scrolling means that the image moves left or right
scroll
To see a long Web page, you need to click in the vertical scroll bar on the extreme right of your browser window When you first arrive on a Web page, you see only the top part, and you won't see anything else until you scroll
scroll
An ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form. Roman architectural ornament is largely of some scroll pattern
scroll
To move text or graphics up or down, or left or right, in order to see parts of the file that cannot fit on the screen
scroll
move through text or graphics in order to display parts that do not fit on the screen; "Scroll down to see the entire text"
scroll
To move a document or directory in its window so that a different part of it is visible To scroll a window, use the scroll arrows, scroll bars, or scroll boxes found along the side or bottom of the window
scroll
To move all or part of the screen material up to down, left or right, to allow new information to appear
scroll
to cause text or graphics to move up, down, or across a computer display screen Search Engines - a service that searches for particular keywords in Internet documents and returns a list of documents where they can be found Search - to examine a computer file, disk, database, or network for particular information Server - a computer in a network that stores application programs and data files accessed by the other computers in the network Software - computer programs and applications, such as word processing or database packages, that can be run on a particular computer system (often used before a noun)
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