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Some of the time there is no bottom edge on the widow within Safari. As a consequence the down arrow of the bottom set of scroll arrows does not function. I cannot discern a pattern as to what kinds, if any, of URLs the window is incomplete. Has anyone had or noticed this problem? -M.P....

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    Some of the time there is no bottom edge on the widow within Safari. As
    a consequence the down arrow of the bottom set of scroll arrows does not
    function.
    I cannot discern a pattern as to what kinds, if any, of URLs the window
    is incomplete.
    Has anyone had or noticed this problem?

    -M.P.
    G. Guest

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    In article <comcast.giganews.com>,
    "G. Michael Paine" <net> wrote:
     

    I wouldn't call it a 'problem'. The called page has just turned off the
    Status Bar. Select it under the View menu or just type Cmd-\ to get it
    back.

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    Art Gorski * Mac Integration Staff * Rice University * Houston, Texas
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    Art Guest

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    In article <rice.edu>,
    Art Gorski <edu> wrote:
     
    >
    > I wouldn't call it a 'problem'. The called page has just turned off the
    > Status Bar. Select it under the View menu or just type Cmd-\ to get it
    > back.[/ref]

    I have just done it, via the menu.
    Question though, how come it was missing only sometimes??

    Thanks,

    Michael
    G. Guest

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    G. Michael Paine <net> wrote: 

    Perhaps because it was turned off by a Javascript on
    some of the sites you visit.

    stan@temple.edu Guest

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    In article <bj55lr$dsc$temple.edu>, edu wrote:
     

    Ah! Ha!
    But now I know how to get it back.

    -M.P.
    G. Guest

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    In article <comcast.giganews.com>,
    "G. Michael Paine" <net> wrote:
     

    It's called the status bar. Turn it on or off using the
    'View' menu.


    Simon Guest

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