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    I've been slaving on this one, and don't seem to be getting anywhere.

    I've accomplished my goal in IE 5.x using the following:

    document.styleSheets[x].rules[x].selectorText

    this gives me the "name" of the CSS selector.

    In reading the CSS2 DOM, the following "should" work in NN, but I get a "bank" or "null" result.

    document.stylesSheets[x].cssRules[x].selectorText

    If I call the cssText attribute, I get all the text (properties) of the class, if I pull a type attribute
    I get the appropriate (1) response.

    Anyone, have any thoughts as to the nature of the problem?

    Insight:
    I'm building a "select" menu of the attached Style Sheet of the given document, to allow for "dynamic" altering of classes in a document, etc.. that's vague I know.. but anyway.. obviously, to build the select menu, I need to know the selectorText values from the style sheet.
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    Problem Solved!


    After much agony, I solved the problems I was having...

    Turns out that the currently available version of NS6/6.01 has a bug which prevents it from displaying the selectorText.

    This should be corrected in the release of NS6 as Mozilla 0.8 provides the solution.

    On a side note, if you're a NetScape 6 user, I would seriously recommend using Mozilla instead, available from Mozilla.org.

    This is updated each day, with a daily build..

    The download is like really small, less than 3Mb and I've found Mozilla to load about 2 times faster than NS6/6.01

    and It's more stable.

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