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    I am working on a new web site layout and I've run into a problem that I need some help with.

    This is a rough draft of the new design: http://www.dcloud.com/review/newdesign.htm

    My question is: How do I get the scroll bar effect to work? I want people to be able to scroll using the glass ball on the scroll arm and also by just clicking on the up and down arrows. I'm not very code-minded so any help you might be able to provide me on this I would really appreciate.

    I spoke to Justin Kamerer at angryblue.com, because he has one of these type of scroll features he uses on his main pages, and he said that the code on his page was provided by the guy who coded his site. He told me to go here http://ghtml.com/ and check out the "the magic scrollbar" code.

    Well I spent the last couple hours studying this code and trying to incorporate my design into it, but I'm not getting anywhere.

    Any coders out there who would like to make some money and do this for me? lol ....

    I'm stumped.

    - dc
    "The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work." - Emile Zola (1840-1902)

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    What exactly is the problem? Can you give us a demo?

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    Junior Member dcloud's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by n3on
    What exactly is the problem? Can you give us a demo?
    A demo? I can post the code, is that what you mean?
    "The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work." - Emile Zola (1840-1902)

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    im having the same problem. if i use a javascript or a CSS style, it dosnt change the colour of my scrollbar. i think its something to do with SP2. however, there are some sites like http://www.designaffairs.co.uk/ which their scrollbars work on my SP2. does any one no the code like the 1 from http://www.designaffairs.co.uk/.

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    Toolbar? What? I thought we were talking scrollbars and JS artificial scrollbars.

    Don't forget that you can't define the scrollbar colours for Gecko using CSS.


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