the thing is by the time the element.getStyle executes, element would
have ceised to exist!
twisted logic i'm trying to workaround pffffhh

On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 2:46 PM, kangax <kan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On Jan 14, 6:29 am, Mona Remlawi <mona.reml...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> hello prototypers,
>> for some reason, i need to wrap getStyle method by a try/catch.
>
> Is `getStyle` throwing errors? If so, it might be a bug which needs to
> be fixed/documented.
>
>> obviously, best way would be the wrap method (doh!)
>> but doesn't seem to work here. i can use another pair of eyes for help
>>
>> --------------
>> // wrap getStyle function with try/catch
>> // as IE6 throws errors
>> Element.Methods.getStyle = Element.Methods.getStyle.wrap(
>>     function(proceed, element, style) {
>>         try {return proceed(element, style) }
>>         catch(e) {return null}
>>     }
>> );
>> --------------
>>
>> thanks a milllion
>
> You need to call `addMethods`. Simple method overwriting doesn't
> actually change much:
>
> Element.addMethods({
>  getStyle: Element.Methods.getStyle.wrap(
>    function($p, element, style){
>      try { return $p(element, style) }
>      catch(e) { return null }
>    }
>  )
> });
>
> --
> kangax
> >
>

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