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Gradient Filter Style - Internet Explorer

Vishwa Kumba
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We use FILTER-Gradient(a css style supported by IE) for the background of the html page.
But when we scroll the page up or down, the select boxes are not being displayed properly. I think the select boxes needs to be refreshed/repainted in some way.
So I have put a javascript function to hide/display the select boxes, whenever the page is scrolled. I think this is not a good solution(or hack)!

I was wondering if I can have some advise on this.

 
 
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