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I recently built my first child theme with Genesis and used the Responsive Slider. One issue I'm having with it is that on the iPhone, when you scroll down to the point on the page where the slider sits, you can't scroll past it any further. I've done a lot of CSS tweaks to the overall layout of things and my only thought is that I've made the slider too tall so that it is always taller than the iPhone's screen, and when touching within the slider area, vertical scrolling does not act as it normally does. Since it fills the screen, the user is left with no way to scroll past it.
Does anyone know if the jquery in the slider disables or overrides scrolling when you touch into the area the slider is positioned in? If so is there any way I can stop that from happening short of redesigning the creative so it isn't so tall? Or maybe there is some other bug happening that I am not aware of.
Here is the page for reference: http://mobile.linmedia.com/
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