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    Overflow:auto and height percentages in ie

    (sorry, I dont think i've searched enough to actually post yet, but im on my way out from work, and last time i was home, my internet wasnt up, so i figured i post before i was all alone)

    http://print.redtv.org/

    I suppose im doing something wrong, since, well, it doesnt work.

    in FF the cont2 block extends too far down in some window sizes,

    and in IE it just doesnt overflow:auto at all.

    Im guessing it has to do with my height:100 and 90%'s but i couldnt really figure out how to do it right. intent should be reasonably obvious in FF.

    Thanks!...god i feel like an idiot today. (sry)
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    Well since no height is applied to cont IE is going 75% of the browser height. Can you give a set height to cont? 600px seems to work fine.

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    awesome, thanks.
    little confused on how that worked, but lead me in the right direction.
    fix'd it with some *html hacks and heights. THANKS again, engineer!
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