I should probably give some details, although the original question was really just to see if anyone else successfully accomplished it.
I have a page (jobs.cfm) that, upon initial load, lists job requests on the left side (this is using nanoscroller, no problem); when one is clicked, the details appear on the right side (which is blank when the page first loads) by making an AJaX call to another .cfm page, grabbing the data, and using jQuery to populate the area.
The jobs.cfm page has a defined area of width and height for displaying the data, which leaves a 60px border on top, and dynamic-sized borders on left, right, and bottom. Towards the bottom of jobs.cfm is the command to initialize nanoscroller: $('#about').nanoScroller();
I've tried initializing the second instance of nanoscroller after the new data loads (there has to be SOMEthing there, otherwise there is no height, so nanoscroller won't work.) Most of the time, I get an error message (a style in the jquery.min.js doesn't exist), but sometimes the first scroller will appear as a native scrollbar, while the second one still doesn't start.
Anyone else experience this issue?
If anyone knows of a website that can offer ColdFusion help that isn't controlled by neurotic, pedantic jerks* (stackoverflow.com), please PM me with a link.
* The neurotic, pedantic jerks are not the owners; just the people who are in control of the "popularity contest".