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scroll bar position

Posted on 2000-04-04
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Whenever my homepage (excite) downloads,  the vertical scroll bar (just recently) is always about an inch or so from the top.  This means I must constantly scroll up to view the entire page.  I am using Netscape Comm. 4.7 on a Mac.  When I go to Yahoo, Lycos etc., the scroll bar is in the correct top position.
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I am answering this jutst to get it out of here - I think maneshr gave a great answer in the other version of the question.
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