This is very very unlikely. I use bracket notation with and without
prototype on many scripts that work cross browser. Check which other
libraries you are including, and make sure it is not a problem or
missing attribute of the object you are working with.

On Jun 21, 8:41 am, sed <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I've posted this question to ruby on rails, but figured people here
> would be more likely to know the answer.
>
> Using bracket notation in javascript seems to stop workiing when
> prototype is included.
>
> e.g. document.main[name].value. Is this a know issue? I know using $
> ('name').value is the best, but it would seem to be a bug for
> prototype to break any existing javascript/dom object access methods.
> Thanks.


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