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jquery scroller - minor issue

Posted on 2011-03-02
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I have a jquery scroller on this page. I need to position the part that makes the scroller move sit more towards the top of the scrolling pane. I tried changing the height in CSS but that did not work. any idea how to do this?
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Try trimming the transparent areas from the top and bottom of "scrollbar-slider.png" and then set the "verticalDragMinHeight" and "verticalDragMaxHeight" options to the new height of the image.
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