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    Quote Originally Posted by ProggerPete2 View Post
    condedev1 - Nice hijack.
    I am sorry. I just thought people did not like multiple threads with same/similar problems. I will create a new thread with my problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProggerPete2 View Post
    condedev1 - Nice hijack.

    Animal - You don't need to leave something in the DOM to reuse it. I usually create my objects, add them to the DOM when I'm using them, then pull them out and leave them sitting in memory, waiting to be re-inserted.
    No, you do't have to. But that's one way of removing the DOM from its position.

    You could override Container.remove to just remove the DOM element if you like.

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