That's a good idea. I prefer to leave the prototype and scriptaculous
source files in pristine condition whenever possible so that when I
update to a newer version I don't have to keep track of what I changed
and having to reapply those changes.

So here is the same idea, but extending Ajax.Autocompleter instead of
altering the code directly. This code would go in a separate file that
is included after controls.js is included.


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