Yes, undefined. Also, I forgot to mention the same form also works
fine in regular (desktop) Safari 3 with prototype 1.6. It looks like
its just Mobile Safari.

On Sep 8, 9:29 am, kangax <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Sep 8, 9:16 am, Dalan Hurst <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > The error it produces in Mobile Safari is that Mobile Safari doesn't
> > think it returns an object. And, seeing that, it stops processing the
> What does it return? undefined?
> > script. The same script works fine everywhere else (FF, IE, Opera)
> > just not on an iPhone. The form consists of one input[type=text], one
> > select, and one textarea. But it isn't just the one form, it's any
> > form I use Form.serialize(). Again, it works on the iPhone in v1.5,
> > just seems to be broken in 1.6
> --
> kangax
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