At 1:34p 11/17/95, Walter Tingley wrote:
>The browser should know the amount of screen real estate it's using.
>Why not use that value and page the columns to the current viewable area.
>The scroll down could enter a "next" page. This would fit the use of the
>"Page Down" and "Page Up" buttons on the 101 keyboard.
That works for scrolling down by clicking in the "paging" portion of the
scroll bar, but there's still the question of how to handle a click on the
*arrow* (i.e., scrolling down one line rather than one page). Of course
this goes against the point of snaking columns, but a non-disconcerting way
of handling the situation must be decided (if it hasn't already...Glenn?).