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I've got a wierd problem, the scrollbar for two of my textareas wont scroll, and the third one does. The ones that don't scroll don't change color when you clik on them. It's like they're not getting the click event.If something is covering them, I can't see what. And I've tried changing their z-index.Here is a segment of the rather large page. Hope its enough.

<div id="sample" style="position:absolute; top:0; left:0">  <fieldset class="clDivBorder" style="width:100%; height:180px"><legend id="idLegend" class="clBold"></legend>	<fieldset class="clDivBorder" style="width:580px; height:77px; position:absolute; top:3; left:5">	<legend class="clBold">Meter Information</legend>		<table style="width:99%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="clCenter">			<tr>				<table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0 style="width:99%">					<tr>						<td> </td>						<td>Meter #</td>						<td>Reg Type</td>						<td>Status</td>						<td>Force</td>						<td>Meter Loc</td>						<td>Meter Svc Status</td>					</tr>				</table>				<table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0 style="width:99%">					<tr>						<td> </td>						<td style="width:99%">						<textarea name="RTNON_MTR_T" readonly rows="2" cols="68" class="clLeft clNonprop">OneTwoThreeFourFiveSixSevenEight						</textarea>						</td>					</tr>				</table>			</tr>		</table>	</fieldset>			<fieldset class="clDivBorder" style="width:395px; height:77px; position:absolute; top:3; left:590">	<legend class="clBold">Cancel Rebill History</legend>		<table>			<tr>				<td style="width:40%">					<table style="width:99%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="clCenter">						<tr>							<td>Read Date</td>							<td>Read</td>							<td>Usage</td>						</tr>					</table>					<table style="width:99%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="clCenter">						<tr>							<textarea name="RTNON_CRH_READ_T" readonly rows="2" cols="32" class="clLeft clNonprop">OneTwoThreeFourFiveSixSevenEight							</textarea>						</tr>					</table>				</td>				<td style="width:60%">					<table style="width:99%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="clLeft">						<tr>							<td>								First Bill							</td>							<td> </td>							<td class="clLeft clDisplay">05/17/2005							</td >						</tr>						<tr>							<td>								Low Bill							</td>							<td> </td>							<td class="clLeft clDisplay">$50.00							</td >						</tr>						<tr>							<td>								High Bill							</td>							<td> </td>							<td class="clLeft clDisplay">$100.00							</td >						</tr>					</table>				</td>			</tr>		</table>	</fieldset>	<fieldset class="clDivBorder" style="width:305px; height:97px; position:absolute; top:80; left:5">	<legend class="clBold">Unmetered Service Information</legend>		<table style="width:99%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="clLeft">			<tr>				<td> </td>				<td>Unmetered Service Indicator				</td>				<td class="clLeft clDisplay">A				</td >			</tr>			<tr>				<td> </td>				<td>Unmetered Service Turn On</td>				<td>					<input type="radio" name="RTNON_UMS_TNON_R" value="" class="clCenter" >Yes				</td>				</td >				<td>					<input type="radio" name="RTNON_UMS_TNON_R" value="" CHECKED class="clCenter" >No				</td>			</tr>			<tr>				<td> </td>				<td>Unmetered Service Force Off 				</td>				<td class="clLeft clDisplay">No				</td >			</tr>			<tr>				<td> </td>				<td>Total Charges				</td>				<td class="clLeft clDisplay">$100.00				</td >			</tr>			<tr>				<td> </td>				<td>Number of Active Lights				</td>				<td class="clLeft clDisplay">3				</td >			</tr>		</table>	</fieldset>			<fieldset class="clDivBorder" style="width:670px; height:97px; position:absolute; top:80; left:315">	<legend class="clDisabled">New Service Request</legend>		<table>			<tr>				<td style="width:40%">					<table style="width:99%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="clCenter">						<tr>							<td class="clCenter clDisabled">Tracking Location</td>							<td class="clCenter clDisabled">Recvd Date</td>							<td class="clCenter clDisabled">Current Schedule Dt</td>						</tr>					</table>					<table style="width:99%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="clCenter">						<tr>							<textarea name="RTNON_NSR_TRKG_T" readonly rows="2" cols="35" class="clLeft clNonprop">North 	01/01/2006	02/02/2006South 	03/03/2006 	04/04/2006East  	05/05/2006 	06/06/2006West  	07/07/2006 	08/08/2006							</textarea>						</tr>					</table>				</td>				<td style="width:60%">					<table style="width:99%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="clCenter">						<tr>							<td style="width:15%" class="clDisabled">Clearance Req'd</td>							<td style="width:15%" class="clDisabled">Clearance</td>							<td style="width:20%" class="clDisabled">Passed Inspection</td>						</tr>						<tr>							<td>				  				<input type="checkbox" name="RTNON_CTY_CLRNC_REQD_X" value="" disabled class="clCenter" >							</td>							<td class="clCenter clDisplay">							</td >							<td class="clCenter clDisplay">							</td >						</tr>						<tr>							<td style="width:15%" class="clDisabled">Clearance Rec'd</td>							<td style="width:15%" class="clDisabled">Service Run</td>							<td style="width:20%" class="clDisabled">Meter Completion</td>						</tr>						<tr>							<td>				  				<input type="checkbox" name="RTNON_CTY_CLRNC_RECD_X" value="" disabled class="clCenter" >							</td>							<td class="clCenter clDisplay">							</td >							<td class="clCenter clDisplay">							</td >						</tr>					</table>				</td>			</tr>		</table>	</fieldset></fieldset></div>

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Are you sure that that is the code? Two of the scroll boxes scroll, one scrolls far, but the other barely scrolls because there is just a little text in it. The one that doesn't scroll is covered by text, so when you try to click on it, you end up clicking the text. Lines and text are clustered over the scrollbox. Is there a stylesheet or something that goes with the code?

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