troubleshooting Question

Get Window Coordinates

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I'm working with a DHTML layer that sits on top of the page - I want it to always stay about 200 px from the top and left of the screen, even when a user scrolls down. In other words, as a user scrolls through a page, that window needs to follow them. Also they may activate the window by clicking a link, at which point the window should display in front of them, no matter where they're scrolled to on the page.

I know I've seen such a thing before, but I can't figure out how to do it. Any suggestions/examples?

Thanks!
Dan
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