TopIndex property for .NET Web ListBox

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I'm trying to automatically scroll down to the last inserted item in a multi-select ListBox when only a few of the total # of rows are visible. Windows.Forms ListBox control has a TopIndex property that allows you to do that, but there is no similar property for the Web control. Note: In a single selection ListBox control, you can automatically scroll to the last entered item just by selecting it. But, if the SelectionMode property of the control is then changed to ?multiple? the control refreshes it self and the first rows are displayed again. Any thoughts will be greatly appreciated, Nohemi

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Perhaps some javascript will do the trick.
I don’t know of any without looking, but…

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