Hi cannonballer ,
First why do you need two prototype on the same page, if you need to
modify a behaviour of a particular method, just use the magic wrap()
To answer to your question, I'm not sure it's so easy to put prototype
two times in your pages.
On 15 déc, 11:36, cannonballer <shenaldev...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We are using prototype.js on our site and we call a function called
> Array.prototype.toString() - this function is also called
> when a
> user tries to communicate with facebook connect
> the JS error we see is:
> Message: Object doesn't support this property or method
> Line: 13
> Char: 1273
> Code: 0
> this error is seen in IE and google chrome
> This was not happening a week ago, so it looks like Facebook have
> changed something on their end. I have submitted a bug report to their
> developer site, but am not sure if they will change fix it.
> Is there a way to have 2 copies of prototype.js working on the same
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