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    hi

    i was wondering if it was possiable to move the scroll bar on the right side to the left

    i ask this because i have duel screens and i use my left screen to surf the net ect (main screen) and when ever i go to scrol down i alwsy over shoot on to the other screen it will improve my mouse skill over time but is anoying at the mo

    it might not to possiable but worth asking

    (sory bout spelling )

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    No it's not (though i suppose you could recode firefox to do it but then you'd have to get into all the code).

    I too have dual screens and use the left one for browsing. But I don't find I overshoot. Why not reverse your screens and make the one on the right the browser?

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    i know changing the scroll is possible but i dont know how...im sure someone knows how

    I'm not here for you, I'm here to raise your discomfort

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    thanks was weried using the bar on the otehr side

    but as im so damn lazy lol i dont fancy readin it all

    i have search the code for settings but cant seem to spot any

    thanks tho ill keep looking enless any body else fancys reading all that
    sum very intresting stuff like how to change the boot up screen
    i always new it was possialbe just never done it

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    Senior Member Rince's Avatar
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    Won't that trick only work on your own pages - not when viewing other peoples sites. I can think of several ways to put the scroll bar on the left for my own sites (or even making the bottom scroll operate the vertical), but not moving it for all sites.

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    Pyrodradon - I understand you posted the link above in good faith but we can't have links to unsuitable material on WDF regardless of the reason for it.

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    For sites that you write you could use hebrew encoding. Look at:
    http://dotancohen.com

    Otherwise a firefox extension could probably do this. If you can't develop one, than I'm sure that you could find someone else who can.

    Dotan

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    thats true

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    Speaking of reversing the scrollbar on a page you code yourself, any of you guys know how to do that? I don't really want to do it, it would just be nice to know in case I meet someone who does want that.

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    Senior Member MoRpHeUs's Avatar
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    well i would show you a site that I do know about, but its inaproriate for this forum.... i'll look around to find one for you...

    I'm not here for you, I'm here to raise your discomfort


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