I have a web project written in [url removed, login to view] (C#)
This certain order page uses [url removed, login to view] server controls. One of these is a multi-line textbox for comments, with a scroll bar.
What I would like implemented, is that when the user rolls the mouse anywhere over this textbox a DHTML "window" scrolls up from the location of the text box, so that the user can see all the comments without needing to scroll.
The orginal server control text box, could be replaced with a different type of control if necessary.
In other words, when I quiery the database and retrieve all the data to populate the form, the entire comments contents will be stored somewhere, but hidden. (I only see two lines worth, to save space) When the mouse rolls over, these two lines of comments dynamically expand, as big as necessary, within limits, and display the entire comments.
I will implement the editing of the comments using a different method on a different form.
Also, its preferable if I don't have to send you the entire project, but only this one page, and have you retrofit your code in.
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