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    Cannot scroll down using vertical scrollbar

    Hello Everyone,

    I have a very strange behaviour in FireFox. I use FF 1.0.
    The URL is http://205.156.31.24/kSIMS/CCEHBR_Vi...ain_frame.aspx

    When I make the browser to a smaller size, scroll bar appears which is normal.

    If i click the scroll bar or drag the mouse with scroll bar and leave it, It goes back to the top. However it works if i use the mouse wheel.

    It works perfectly in IE n Opera.

    I am breaking my head for the last couple of hrs.Its sounds simple. but I m not getting it.

    I use CSS property scroll:auto in the div tags.

    Please help me fix this.

    Thanks in advance.
    Kumanan.

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    I just checked your site in FF (OS X) and it seems to work fine.

    Perhaps it's a browser/mouse driver issue? I know my cheap mouse gets crazy on some browsers...

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    I've just tested it with FF 1.0 on WinXP Pro and I'm experiencing the same problem.

    Are you using any refreshing JavaScript to update the image? (I couldn't see anything)

    I can't see anything wrong from first look of it. I'll have another look at the HTML and CSS, but I can't think what could be causing the problem.
    Rich

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    I think I've found a solution, but I can't be sure lol

    In your css file: Default_files/ScreenStyle.css remove the overflow line from the html section. That appears to get rid of the problem, but I don't know what other problems this may cause in other browsers.

    Hope this helps.
    Rich

    "An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field."


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