In order to override a built-in snippet, you must do:
  case "Msgs" | "msgs" => ....

in Boot.  The LiftRules snippet dispatch table is consulted first, before
the "by convention" reflection-based snippet dispatching is invoked.  This
enhances performance.

On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 8:14 AM, Matt Williams <> wrote:

> > There's a dispatcher in Lift and it checks for user-supplied snippets
> before
> > dispatching to the hard-coded snippet names.
> Is this actually the case?
> I have tried to replace the buiiltin snippet for Msgs in order to
> embed a span within the list items, but I needed to use a different
> name for the class, as it was still rendering using the builtin.
> >

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