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Old 08-13-2006, 04:03 PM   #1
Registered: Oct 2004
Location: Cheshire, England
Distribution: Debian Stable
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how do i get the chat window in lycos to stay at the most recent message?

Ok, the subject line probably says it all but here goes:-

I used to chat using windows and when i was in a chat room the window always adjusted itself to stay at the recent messages. I've tried Firefox and Mozilla, and Opera and Galeon, but under Linux the chat windowjust stays at the start of the session, i.e. the initial lines rather than the current ones, so i find myself constantly having to scroll down to see the updated text.

How do i fix this??




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