Hi,

Just trigger them at the same time, the effects will run in parallel:

Effect.BlindDown("div1");
Effect.BlindDown("div2");

Alternately, you might look at Effect.Parallel[1], which runs effects
in parallel in an organized way and allows you to specify options to
apply to all of them. Example[2]

[1] http://madrobby.github.com/scriptaculous/effect-parallel/
[2] http://jsbin.com/ozifoy
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T.J. Crowder
Independent Software Engineer
tj / crowder software / com
www / crowder software / com

On Aug 6, 12:34 pm, donalduck <g...@kiloge.fr> wrote:
> Greetings
>
> How can I trigger the blind effect on 2 completely different
> HTMLdivElements simultaneously with 1 single click ?
>
> Thanks

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