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Depending on your browser, you could use "On-Site CSS Markup" in your user settings to change this.

If you use Firefox/Mozilla, try adding

input[value="Download Selected Code"] + br + table td{ vertical-align: top; }
to your user style sheet.

If you use IE (or you don't care if all td's get aligned to the top)*, add

td { vertical-align: top; }
to your user style sheet.

IE doesn't support adjacent sibling selectors. In the few minutes I spent looking at this I didn't see a way for IE to see just the "d/l this" td's without using javascript.

* I think just "d/l code" and "reply-dl/code" will visibly change, but don't quote me on that ;)


In reply to Re: Adventures in Scrolling: Select Code to Download by bmann
in thread Adventures in Scrolling: Select Code to Download by QM

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