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On 6/30/07, pkp9774 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I was trying to use .down('h2') this morning and found out that it
> will not work with elements which are not a part of the DOM (created
> in memory but not added to the document).  After tracing through the
> code I see that it takes a rather unique approach.
> >From best I can tell it will match the selector against the whole
> document, mark all that matched the selector and then do a compare
> against the descendants of the original .down() member.  Rather
> unique, I was wondering why this method was used instead of using just
> the elements of the original .down() member?
> >

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