Those options have totally different purposes.
If you just need scrollable content within a section, you should only be using scrollOverflow:true.
You’ll also have to make sure to include the requiered file as detailed in the the fullpage.js documentation
scrollOverflow : (default false ) defines whether or not to create a scroll for the section/slide in case its content is bigger than the height of it. When set to true , your content will be wrapped by the plugin. Consider using delegation or load your other scripts in the afterRender callback. In case of setting it to true , it requires the vendor library scrolloverflow.min.js. This file has to be loaded before the fullPage.js plugin, but after jQuery ( in case of using it). For example:
Thanks for your help as always Alvaro, hugely appreciated.
I have done that and still can’t get it working at all. The text in a div doesn’t scroll even though it will on preview mode (so when fullpage not in action). On the link I sent, fullpage is only for the mobile version of the website and fullpage itself is working.
This is what I have in the “Before tag” of the page: