Either should work fine.  No need for a variable though. It's what
makes prototype so nice.

Sent from my phone so please pardon any spelling errors.

On Jan 10, 2010, at 11:08 AM, bill <will...@techservsys.com> wrote:

> DJ Mangus wrote:
>>
>> What is returned is the same thing you'd get if you used $('id').
>> Chain on .identify to get the Id from a DOM node.
> Thank you.
> as in:
>
> function clickHander (event) {
>     var id = event.element().identify ?
>
> or rather:
> function clickHander (event) {
>     var element= event.element()
>     var id = element.identify()
>
> ?
> ...
>
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