The final step in any of the "hiding" Effects is to use Prototype hide() on the event, removing it from view with display:none. You might want to try Effect.Morph instead.

Walter

On Mar 10, 2011, at 11:04 AM, Hook wrote:

No one ...

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Jonathan

On Mar 8, 9:55 am, Jonathan Rosenberg <j...@tabbysplace.org> wrote:
I am using Effect.blindUp like so:

           Effect.BlindUp('linda', {duration: 4, scaleTo: 50,
scaleContent: false, scaleMode: 'box' });

I was hoping the div would be visible at 50% when done, but it
disappears.  How can I get it to just stop at the 50% point?

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