Hi I've got the same problem but haven't found a solution yet.
Have you fixed your problem?

On Nov 6, 10:19 am, hectorvox <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm using a div with overflow:hidden wrapped around another div that I
> move left and right (using Effect.Move) to create a scroll area
> effect.
>
> However, when the inner div which is being moved has an absolute (or
> relative) position applied to it it decides that it wants to ignore
> the display:hidden property of its parent, meaning that you can see
> all of the content that was supposed to be "masked" by the parent div.
>
> Does anyone have any ideas on the best approach to this problem?

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