Shower Door Won't Stay Closed

I have a Sterling sliding shower door (one that sits on a tub). The doors have rollers that slide open along a track in the frame. The problem is, my tub is not perfectly level, and the doors roll so easily that they won't stay open. The doors always want to "fall" towards the bottom of the slope, which is the faucet end of the tub. Does anyone have any ideas on how to keep the doors closed?
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Spuzz,
If you can't level the frame with shims see if you can add a spring between the door and frame at the top or bottom to increase the static resistance. Many hardware stores sell door locks for sliding doors which will keep the door closed during the shower. Perhaps even a magnetic strip on the high side would work.
Dave M.
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