>
> > (P.S. jQuery handles this situation without issue...)
>
> Not for nothing, but that reads *really* sarky.
>


I know. Sorry. I'm still going through the transition from jQuery to
Prototype/Scriptaculous(my new job uses P/S), and just finding it
frustrating that some things were so much easier and cleaner on jQuery
than they seem to be on P/S. I'm sure I just haven't gotten the hang
of it yet.

Apologies.
k

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