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Problem with visibility in Firefox


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gnirdid

 
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Hi!

I've made my web-site in DW MX/8 and it works just fine in all browsers I've tried on PC - though when using Firefox on Mac I get a problem with layer/scroll visibility. Scrolls that shouldn't show suddenly do, and more annoying the remain visible making it impossible to scroll the next layer I choose to show...I've tried exchanging visibility: hidden for visibility: collapse or display: none, but it it doesn't solve the problem, If anyone have the slightest idea of what could be wrong I'd be more than grateful...

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I'm on PC at the moment so I can't see the problem for myself.

Are you saying scrollbars are appearing on an element? If so, what element? You could try overflow: hidden.

You'd think Firefox on all platforms would render the same but I've seen a difference in background-image and min-height on Firefox for Mac and PC.
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Yes, as soon as I click something in the left menu a scrollbar appears...Even if it's not needed and then it stays there...
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Have you tried overflow: hidden?
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Ok, that removes the appearing scroll so far but it also means I can't scroll in any layer...
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how about "overflow: auto" ?? I would give that try.
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