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OS 10.4 - Finder jumping to the top of folders


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hi
just wondering if anyone had any ideas about how to stop Finder jumping to the top of a page when you navigate backwards or forwards? this is really annoying me, especially with folders with lots of files in! i'm running OS X 10.4.11
cheers in advance for any help

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