Effect.Move moves entire DIVs around, it does not move content within  
a DIV. If you nest another DIV inside the parent DIV (and set the  
parent to overflow:hidden, you could try moving that inner DIV around  
inside it, or you could try using Effect.Morph to change the left- 
bearing.

Walter

On Apr 8, 2009, at 4:13 PM, GLSmyth wrote:

> Using Effect.Move does not appear to work within the div. Is this a


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