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IE7!!!!!!!!!!!?!?!?

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Try putting it into frames...That is all I can think of.

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I believe that IE either puts both scrollbars or neither, not just one. I'm not positive about that, I think I'm remembering the right thing, but if that's the case there is nothing you can do to change it, that's just how IE works. You'll also notice that IE will always display the normal vertical scrollbar for all pages, even if the page doesn't need the scrollbar. Other browsers will only show the vertical scrollbar if necessary.

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Try adding an overflow-x:hidden; to the style of that element...I can't remember whether or not that works, unfortunately =[Otherwise, try an absolutely positioned element over the scroll bar. I believe IE allows you to overlap scrollbars with elements with high z-indices? (spelling?)

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