>>>>> "LD" == LD  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

LD> Possibly - but its real name (e.g., "Main") is properly spat out when
LD> such a definition is within a template file; but not with the
LD> above. Perhaps it needs detainting to work...

>From within a template file, "self" is a named class, if you're using
CGI::Prototype::Hidden.  I'm not sure how you're using the file above,
but I bet "self" is not a named class any more.

LD> Ahh, yep - that works. Cheers.

Good.

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