The horizontal scroll bar in the navigation pane within explorer was removed. The navigation pane will auto scroll left and right with your mouse wheel if you select anything in the navigation pane and the navigation pane itself is resizeable on the fly by placing your mouse on the vertical scroll bar until it turns to a double sided arrow and you can drag it to the right.
Sorry, you're correct, Windows 7 also dropped the Dymanic Multi-Dimensional Scrolling that was present in vista. So there is no left and right scrolling left in Windows 7. My apologies for the mis-information. All we are left with for items in the navigation pane that are practically off the right side is the ability to hover over briefly for a tool tip type effect that reveals the full name. For items that are completely to the right of the pane we are left with resizing the pane to view them. No horizontal scroll bar and no dynamic scrolling. Not sure what they were thinking.
Good point Mike, but somehow I got the impression from his origianal post and attached image file that he was specifically referenceing the navigation pane only. Not sure, could be wrong. It seems more often than not lately.
I see what you mean looking at your pic now, the reason I didn't get it was because I do have a scroll bar in the left pain of the Explorer Window on my computer!
This may be because I'm using Classic Shell, I didn't notice whether I had one before that or not.
Not that I've ever noticed. In fact with the reference to 8 months in my previous post. I'd actually forgot it was installed. In the time its taken for FF to use 108,000 k Explorer has used about the same, Handicapslock (all that does is make you have to double click the caps button to use) has used 2,500 and Classic Shell a measly 4,000. So not a lot I'd say
I used Windows 7 for a year before it went live in it's normal configuration but when I got my new computer I was frustrated by the folders jumping up and down in windows Explore.
Also having to scroll up and down to find one of the 70 or so programs I have installed on my computer, when I clicked on the start orb, someone suggested Classic Shell, I installed it and never went back.
It's free so I doesn't cost anything to give it a try.