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Smart navigation interfering with dofocus script (ASP.NET)

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Evenin' All,

This:
                Page.RegisterStartupScript("dofocus", "<script>document.all.txtTextBox.focus();</script>")

was working great, allowing me to helpfully place the cursor where it ought to be. Then I discovered that smartNavigation stopped the page jumping to the top when, e.g., selecting in a list. But it overides the dofocus script! What can I do?
Thanks!
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D'oh. Thanks!
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