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I have an iframe that is 100px width and 456px wide.

I need it to scroll up if the cursor goes into the top 137px and the scroll down if the cursor goes past Y pixel 419.

I've search for an appropriate script and have tried learning javascript so I can write one myself by I think it's too advanced for me.

Would anyone be able to help me with this?
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You will have a great deal of problem getting a working cross-browser script for this, as most of the window position calls are MS IE specific.  Why not simply enable the scrollbars in the iframe, and let the person scroll themselves - or else, make the Iframe taller, so it will fit the entire content of the page going into it.
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I've found a solution for this.

http://demos111.mootools.net/Scroller
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