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Subject: Re: How to deal with a long panorama
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In article<>, 
RichA says...
> Kind of opposite of the Bayeux Tapestry, huh?

My goodness... not exactly pleasing to the eye. How about a scrollable 
window of fixed width?

Besides the individual stripes are so small that it's hard to see the 
Alfred Molon

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