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Say you are scrolled down a little bit on the page, you can see the end of this box - it doesn't cover the entire page, only the part that is visible when the scrollbar is all the way up. I have included a picture to clarify what I'm talking about. The non-grayed out area is the area that would normally not be visible when the scrollbar is at the top. I would like to draw this box over the visible part of the page, no matter where you are scrolled. Right now, the box always draws from the very top of the page, even if that part isn't visible to the user.

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