Or, if the div is updated without a page refresh, you can simply  
chain on a fade with a delay attribute:

//inside your onComplete function:
$('notification').update(transport.responseText).fade({delay: 1.0});

Walter

On Nov 6, 2008, at 9:53 AM, Alex Mcauley wrote:

>
> you can observe the window to load and  set a timeout to execute  
> Effect.Fade
>
> Regards
> Alex
>
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> Subject: [Proto-Scripty] Setting a <div> to "decay" on page load?
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>
>>
>> Not quite sure how to phrase this.  I am a new scriptaculous user, I
>> am comfortable using scriptaculous and prototype when I use the demos
>> as a basis for what I am doing.  However, I am working on adding ajax
>> capabilities into a CMS that I have built.  In some instances I have
>> set a <div> with a "notification" value after posting a form etc...
>> How would I set a "decay" time on this <div> using scriptaculous so
>> that it gradually fades to display: none after the initial page load?
>> Is ther an onLoad ability?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Ryan
>>
>>>
>>
>
>
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