Disable momentum scrolling on Chrome for Android

I'm looking for a way to disable the momentum scrolling on Chrome for Android device. I have a div with a fixed height and I want to be able to scroll the content of that div but without the smooth effect.

On iOS it's easy, I just havn't add the "-webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch", but it looks like Chrome for Android apply this automatically.

When I inspect the code with Chrome -> Device inspection I don't see this property so I think that Chrome do that nativly and I havn't found a way to prevent that.

I tried preventDefault on touchend but it doesn't work.

Any suggestion ?

Thanks. :)


This is a quote from code.google.com from the chromium project

"We removed -webkit-overflow-scrolling with the hopes that it was no longer necessary because we'd automatically opt-in to fast scrolling when we need."

-webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch;

That rule got removed somwhere between Jan and Feb in 2013
The only way to get around the problem now on Chrome something to do it like this

<div style="overflow: auto">
    <div style="z-index: 0">

The fix would be to set zindex: 0 on only "overflow: scroll" elements.


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