Win XP Customize Desktop to sync with webpage

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March 11, 2010 at 13:58:41
Specs: Windows XP Home 2002 SP3
Hi there,
I have web content on the desktop via the "Customize Desktop > Web" feature. When the web pages synchronize, the scroll position of the windows return to the top left position of the page. I would like it to stay scrolled part way down, and part way across, showing a section in approximately the middle of the page. It is kind of a pain to scroll it manually back to the same spot every time it synchronizes just to see a small portion of the page. I do anticipate that this can be done, I just can't find how.

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March 11, 2010 at 14:04:48
I doubt it could be done. What you want to do is change the way web pages are displayed.

I guess you could download a copy locally and then modify it automatically and then use that copy to show on desktop.

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Les Paul (1915-2009)

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March 11, 2010 at 14:44:39
I don't really think that I need to edit the way it is displayed, I just want it to remember its scroll coordinates. I figure it's along the same lines as having Windows remember the location and size of a folder as it is displayed.
If this feature is, in fact, not built into Windows, how would I go about modifying the page automatically? Is there an existing program to do this, or would I have to write one?

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