Hi Floyd,
if you have some code to show, it would be great and easiest for us.
My guessing is that you use cumulativeOffset to get the positionning
value instead of cumulativeScrollOffset when page is scroll but it's
just a guess.

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david

On 27 août, 00:04, Floyd Resler <adexfl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to position a popup block (div) near the mouse pointer.  
> However, I want to move the block if part of it will be off the  
> screen.  This works great as long as the page hasn't scrolled.  Once  
> the page has scrolled has scrolled the positioning is messed up.  Can  
> someone help me solve this problem?
>
> Thanks!
> Floyd
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