I bumped into this old thread looking for a way to make my main window scrollable.
Please don't bump, zombies are hard to see :)
You should post a new question in Seekers Of Perl Wisdom and link to this old one
In the meantime, you could however consider this node for SOPW-ification, your choice :)
Regarding the code, I see the same images as you, but I'm not sure what behavior you're after or what you consider a problem.
Consider adding color :)
use vars qw($top $drop);
$top = tkinit( qw/ -background green /);
$top->Label( qw/ -background red /,
-text => "Enter the scroll frame"
$top = $top->Scrolled(
qw/ -background pink -scrollbars osoe /
)->pack( qw/ -fill both -expand 1 / );
-text => "Inside the scroll frame $_"
)->pack for 1 .. 12;
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