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Another slightly distracting aspect of the fixed floating bar is that it's hindering text searches. The result of a backward search is normally scrolled to the top window border. It's really confusing to know there are hits but not to find them, because they are covered by the bar...

UPDATE: Just set the position to "Standard" in, which really works fine! 8)

But testing reveals a strange phenomenon in FF3: While backward searching for "Comma" in perlop the second hit is not visible, because 2 lines at the top are not shown...

I'm completely clueless how to produce this effect. Does anyone else observe it?

Cheers Rolf

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