Mislav Marohnić wrote:

> Yeah, this is it. You only need Event.onReady() for this. You can find
> it in the event branch or you can copy it over from LowPro. Once
> Event.onReady() gets into trunk, these 3 lines will probably be all you
> need.

And it's even better than the current behaviour.js since you can apply it to
sub-trees of the DOM instead the entire document. This is really useful when you
just update a portion of the page and want to reapply behaviours. And with the
new work on 1.5.1 it should be way faster than behaviour.js with the recent work
on getElementBySelector().

Michael Peters
Plus Three, LP

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