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Firefox Scrolling Question


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I noticed in Safari if you have an ichat conversation (or any window) 'on top' or in front of your open browser, you are still able to scroll in safari without closing the IM window. I was wondering if Firefox had a similiar plug-in? I know I could always use Safari, but I like FF! I find that I would use this alot if it was available.. Thanks

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