Problem: When both jQuery and MooTools are loaded, Twitter Bootstrap seems to be running code from the MooTools library.
Demo (minimal): http://www.tweepixels.nl/bootstrap/
I boiled this behavior down to line 3139 of mootools-more.js in their hide() function, which apparently is being run (something a simple alert() right before line 3139 would show). Is MooTools perhaps attaching this hide() event too aggressively to DOM objects?
This issue was posted earlier on the Twitter Bootstrap bug tracker (twbs/bootstrap#3436), where it was referred to as a potential problem in MooTools.
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I also found this, it has to do with the fact that Bootstrap triggers the 'hide' event, and jQuery interprets the hide() function as an event handler.
is there any fix or workaround?
//edit: ok, there is one, you can find it here: twbs/bootstrap#3436
Thank you very much! (i also discovered this in the meantime ;-) )