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Re: styling scrollbars (not anymore)

From: Mjumbe Ukweli <mjumbewu@hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 11:05:11 -0400
To: dylans@yahoo.com, www-dom@w3.org
Message-ID: <F217RZ1UbDBRArVc4Iu00000d4d@hotmail.com>
on wed, 25 apr 2001, dylan  schiemann wrote:
>I feel that you don't need a special way to style a
>scrollbar, but you need a way to reference it, i.e.:
>The same is "needed" (if you want to be consistent)
>for input type=file, which has only one element
>reference to describe two visible elements.  So really
>I don't think falls under style, but rather under the
>DOM.  Presently I think there is little activity in
>DOM HTML and DOM Views, but that seems to be the most
>appropriate place for getting something added to a
>spec. for this behavior.
i don't think that styling these elements falls under the category of the 
DOM, but i do agree that the DOM is lacking in the way that if deals with 
visual displays.

                                                  &#8226; mjumbe &#8226;

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