GCal: Fix vertical scrolling bug for Chrome

Added by p1ayaone@userstyles, Created: Jul 27, 2010, Updated: Jul 28, 2010
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Google Calendar seems to render with a vertical scrollbar and an extra few pixels (about the height of a status bar?) down at the bottom. This means that when you scroll to the previous month (in Month View, obviously), the month changes and the whole page moves a bit. This is EXTREMELY annoying, but it appears to be a bug limited to Chrome. This is seen in ALL views and I've seen it in Windows 7 and Windows XP. It is also mentioned many times on the various forums out there.

The script uses the "position" style which is not available in IE as far as I know, but that's OK since the bug does not exist there as far as I could tell.

I have no idea how this fix will perform in Firefox...

There is already a style on this website disabling the vertical scrollbar ("GCal: no scrollbar (content window, May2010)"), but it still allows the page to scroll. I've simply added a couple of lines to that style. I fix the position of the page, which causes the calendar to be drawn to th

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Applies to:
http://www.google.com/calendar/, https://www.google.com/calendar/

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