I think the problem comes from :

Element.extend = (function() {
  if (Prototype.BrowserFeatures.SpecificElementExtensions)
    return Prototype.K;

"Runtime created" elements do not behave as "HTML source" elements, in
It looks like they do not share the same prototype !
It seems that the $ function do not try to extend elements in chrome,
because it assumes that element are "prototype extended".

If you really need Chrome support, you can do :

theElement = $('...');
if (! theElement.insert) { // if the $ function did not work well, as
in Chrome...
        theElement.insert = function (insertions) {
                return Element.insert(this, insertions)
        }.bind(theElement );

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