Hi Serpico,

If you add the "box" class to the closeme, it works better, but that's
not it.
If you would have a better effect, just remove the <p> tag !

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david

On 6 fév, 16:15, almeidap <almei...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I tested and adapted (removed XHTML references, used paragraphs
> instead of line breaks and inserted another div into the #closeme
> element as suggested by the docs, 
> seehttp://wiki.github.com/madrobby/scriptaculous/effect-slidedown)
> your script and it really seems that scriptaculous does not behave as
> expected.
>
> Just for curiosity, I tried the slide effect in IE8 (quirks mode only)
> and it works perfectly! o_0
>
> Sorry, it's not a solution... but I'm still looking for.
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