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Sidewalk: How to stop resizing (width)?

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I'm trying to stop the resizing of a vertical menu in a Sidewalk widget. I've checked the CSS using Firebug, but I think it's a JS thing.  

Does anyone know how to stop the widget from resizing (width) when scrolling?


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