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In my project, i got two frames on the browser. When i click a link on the left navigation menu, details displayed on the right menu and status below the left corner of the browser is "Done". But i observed a blue scroll bar appears still scrolling.

Can any one help me how to stop the scroll bar not scrolling at the bottom, once request is Done.
 
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Are you talking about the page loading bar...And are you talking about IE 6?

IE 6 is know to have issues with not fully loading the page and there is nothing you can do about it (I think).

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IE 6 is know to have issues with not fully loading the page and there is nothing you can do about it (I think).



We've run into this problem as well and have found no solution.

In any case, this really isn't a JSP question so I'm moving it off to the General Computing forum.
 
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It's not related to the page not fully loading (it is) but for some reason IE (maybe other browsers too, I don't use them) not noticing that the page has loaded.
Whether it's something to do with the server or the browser I don't know.
My guess is the server as it happens only intermittently and thus is likely to do with the length of the request and/or network conditions.
 
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