Ingo Chao wrote:
> Leszek Swirski wrote:

>> #inner { position: absolute; top: 0; bottom: 0; width: 100%; 
>> height: 200%; }

> /*\*/ * html #inner {height: 200%;} /**/

And the "crazy reason" IE/win needs that height in the first place, is
that IE/win can't handle AP for opposite edges of an element.
IE/win can't make inner fill outer in accordance with specs - without a

Now all that's needed is an 'overflow: auto;' on inner, in case it
becomes too small.

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