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Default Custom Components Conflict

Hi all.

I have come accross a very strange problem. Using two custom controls that were created by two different companies, there was a conflict with regards to the Javascript functions they both generated (from what can be seen).

By having both components on a seperate IFrame within a page, they both work. However, when both are on the same page, they produce problems and crash the site.

Has anyone ever encountered this, and know of a way to fix/deal with this problem without the need to use IFrames (which isn't ideal)?
Since they're created by other people, I don't have access to the code of the components themselves.

Thanks.




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