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Hi,

if you are just using an array to set template values like this:

$vanilla = array ( 'template' => 'something', 'nesting' => 'other');
$template->set('vanilla', $vanilla);

then this is not valid code to reach the items:

> <?php if ($ctx->vanilla->template != 'yui-t7'): ; ?>
> <?php if ($ctx->vanilla->nesting == 'yui-g'): ; ?>
> 
> Does that mean anything to anyone?

AFAIK the dot notation in phptal paths only works for objects, but I
might be wrong here.

Tarjei

> 
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> 
> Cheers,
> 
> -Alister
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