scrollBy scrolls the window a certain amount. For example,

If your at X: 25, Y: 50

scrollTo(100,100) would take you to X:100, Y:100

scrollBy(100,100) would take you to X:125, Y:150.

Here's an example of scrollTo. The syntax for scrollBy is the same.

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