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    Is there any way of making the scrollbar track transparent just leaving the top and bottom arrows and the runner.

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    You can emulate it by making the sb background the same color as your page background, but you can't make it purely transparent to my knowledge.

    CSS reference in MSDN about the scrollbar or at least part of one: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...rbasecolor.asp
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    there is a problem there because the page background is a picture, is there any way of removing the track?

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    As far as I know you can't remove the track, it is part of the interface.
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    set the window to no scroll bars and then use 2 buttons and some javascript to do the scrolling.

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    you can!!!! if you are still interested, do the following thing, the only problem is, that it works only in MSIE 5.5 and above.
    Make the scrollbar track some special color, for example red (#FF0000), then, if this is for example the scrollbar of an iframe, put style="filter:chroma(color=#FF0000)" to <iframe> tag, this makes the red color invisible.
    mailto: roli@bonbon.net if you have problems!
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    roli


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