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IE6 problem with style.right

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In IE6, style.right seems to set the object's "virtual left" value to the parent's width on even numbers, and the parent's width - 1 on odd numbers, (e.g. this.parentNode.style.width = '367px').

How can I fix this? (I need to use "style.right" instead of "style.left" because the parent element width can change, and I don't want to update all the children object left positions every time this happens, although it looks that I'll have to.)

Thanks..
Aug 31 '06 #1
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