I am having problem with a page I use thickbox on. If you are using IE 8 and you scroll way down the page and then click a link that pulls thickbox content, then the content show at the top of the page without the user knowing it. To them it just looks like the screen grays out. In FireFox it works correctly and even stays centered as you scroll down.
I found a site that claimed to have a patched thickbox js for this and replaced it, but it is still doing it:
In my application I am looping over records via PHP and giving each element a unique name based on the primary key of the table.
How can this be fixed
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<h3>Member Book Review</h3><br>
<b>Title:</b> A New pair of Glasse<br>
<b>Author:</b> Chuck C<br>
<b>Reader:</b> Sharon H.<br>
<b>No. of Pages:</b> 181<br>
<b>What the reader found interesting.</b><br> I learned to Step outside of myselk and look at the world<br><br>
<b>What action the reader will take after reading.</b> To sat y focus and keep me head up to the sky<br>
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