Unfortunately, you cannot expect to get identical result from AJAX / Java as you do from the Desktop Client - there are limitations of the browser / Java client (the latter is being discontinued anyway) which do not exist in the proprietary client. If your users are expected to access a QVW through the AJAX layout, you have to design it for the AJAX layout. In QV9, you can get a preview of the way your QVW will look in AJAX using Tools/Objects Client Page Generator. In QV10 (the beta version, at least), you can edit your document directly in WebView mode (View/Turn On/Off WebView).
As far as I know, there isn't much of anything you can do about it, except to make your documents fit AJAX by previewing / designing in the appropriate mode.
Hi Or Shoham
I'm using QV9 and designing for Ajax - manage to get most of it adjusted but two things I'm stumped on
- My users all have different screen resolutions & screen sizes which would be fine except their scroll bars are frozen so they can't scroll to see the rest of the report
- The 'copy data' icon vanishes and I can't get it back