I have tried several ways but all to avail. But I didn't try changing pageContainer from body to another element wrapping pages. I'll try it later. Anyway I guess destroying the panel and initialize it again would solve the problem.
Well, bless you for that. Yeah - this is the only panel that I know of
that allows for scrolling / iScroll while we all wait for the release of
jQuery Mobile 1.7 -- so it pretty much has to be this one.
> Anyway I guess destroying the panel and initialize it again would
solve the problem.
Is there an easy way to do that or would it require in-depth knowledge
of Snap plus mad JS skills? If so I'll probably have to hire someone
to do it, while hiding Snap on all non-root pages.