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    CSS Question

    This is from one of the external style sheets on a site I'm developing. It all works except the scrollbars don't change color like they should. I am using IE6 and I can see them on like this site. But I can get them to work. I've looked at the tutorial on JSK with no luck. What am I doing wrong?

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    body {  font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14pt; color: #000000; scrollbar-base-color:#0066FF}

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    Works for me? Try posting the link.

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    Hmm it started working now. Perhaps the session has to end so that IE re-downloads the file?

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    Wouldn't it be great if there was a button, like right next to the home button on the toolbar, that cleared the cache of the browser?

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    [Ctrl]+[F5]
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    Dude, that doesn't clear my cache. It obly seems to reload the page. I'm using PC/IE6

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    Using Ctrl at the same time is supposed to request the page directly from the server rather than an isp cache - or something like that - so if a page has changed since you last visited pressing [Ctrl]+[F5] will get the latest.
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