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Omniture codes clashing with jQuery script.

My Jquery script is not working properly with the Omniture tracking codes. I tried to use the jquery noConflict mode but still not working. Removing the omniture codes makes the jquery script work properly.
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Increase the "duration:" in coda-slider.js
Omniture onclick is slow, and messes up the animation.
With all due respect, in the future,
Please provide as much information as you can and be more specific (in the message body).  It took searching just to find out what you were really asking for, and is probably the reason why there is so little attention.

To clarify, go to line 88 of http://www.tya.com.sg/microsite/vaio/slider/script/coda-slider.js
change "duration: 500" to "duration: 1000"
tats611Author Commented:
Thank you so much for that!
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