IE7 and

The system works! A compatibility problem has been quickly resolved via the IE7 forum:

By: wombert has been changed to be compatible with IE7 and also includes
a modified prototype.js which doesn't use Object.prototype.extend() anymore.
For those interested, head over to and grab a fresh
version from the SVN repository.

Erik was right. I hope that the modified Prototype library is released soon because I quite like it.:-)

Kudos to the team (and the IE7 forum guys) for turning this around so quickly.

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Great to hear:-)

I just removed all the “if (i === ‘extend’) continue;” cruft from the loops in my scripts and my IE7 copy.

  • Comment by: Martin
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Yeah. I like deleting code too.

  • Comment by: -dean
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Hi Dean, Where can I download an alpha/beta version of IE7 to play with? Thanks so much. Bre

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  • Comment by: -dean
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Hello, I thank you for your IE7 script. That script is very useful. I hope that this script will be able to evolute..

I’m korean, and sorry for my fool English.

  • Comment by: yser
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IE7 licence my afect my project licence with the script tag to include your library?

  • Comment by: Yumpy
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Dean does it again! when is this thing going beta anyway?

I’m american, and sorry for my fool English. too!

  • Comment by: shaggy
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It will be done. I promise.

  • Comment by: -dean
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