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On Dec 7, 2008, at 5:43 AM, shafir wrote:

> isnt there any other way to do that??
> all the time i get errors
> these "$$" what they are for?
> what is ".invoke" atands for?
> maby i can do something inside the code of the "slide" function to
> make it more google frindly?
> any ideas???
> help please!!!!
> On 4 דצמבר, 14:35, Walter Lee Davis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Then there is something else going on in your page that you aren't
>> accounting for. The basic premise works, and very well.
>> http://jsbin.com/ivipa
>> Walter
>> On Dec 4, 2008, at 6:34 AM, shafir wrote:
>>> yes i saw it
>>> but as i said...doesnt work :(-הסתר טקסט מצוטט-
>> -הראה טקסט מצוטט-
> >

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