Thomas Fuchs
Hi, I'm Thomas Fuchs. I'm the author of Zepto.js, of script.aculo.us, and I'm a Ruby on Rails core alumnus. With Amy Hoy I'm building cheerful software, like Freckle Time Tracking and Every Time Zone and write books like Retinafy.me.
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script.aculo.us V1.1beta1 released

July 20th, 2005

So—what’s new?

Changes from 1.0.0:

  • Fixed rendering of last frame of animation when from/to is not 0.0/1.0. [thanks to David Zülke]
  • Added returning the generated combined effects to allow for .cancel() on all effects
  • Updated Ajax.Autocompleter to deal with parameters options correctly [Martin Marinschek]
  • Added incremental and local autocompleting and loads of documentation to controls.js [Ivan Krstic]
  • Fixes various (possible) memory leaks with IE and Mozilla
  • Make effects.js, dragdrop.js and controls.js compatible with some 3rd-party JavaScript libraries (like IE7) by refactoring to use Object.extend() [David Zülke]
  • Make Effect.Highlight restore any previously set background color when finishing (makes effect work with set CSS classes)
  • Added capability to remove draggables/droppables and redeclare sortables in dragdrop.js
  • Added Effect.ScrollTo to smoothly scroll the page to an element
  • Better Firefox flickering handling on SlideUp/SlideDown
  • Added support for cancelling dragging my hitting ESC
  • Changed logic of drag-and-drop to only include the last referenced droppable when firing a drop event. This change also offers slight performance gains. [Dominik Wagner]

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