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can anyone tell me, in the attached image, the little control that expands a text box - is this a substitute for scroll bars?   Is the browser doing this?
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Its just a browser thing... you using chrome?
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Nvm I see firefox, it does not substitute for scroll bars though
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Using FireFox 4.0
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Yeah its not a scroll bar replacement, just an attempt to make life easier with an auto size feature
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Can it be turned off?  It's a Firefox thing ?  The same page in IE gives me scroll bars.   So, if it's not a replacements for scroll bars, even if I turn scroll bars off, I'll still get it?
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