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Can ajax and mootools co-exist?

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Can I run AJAX and mootools? Currently if I add ScriptManager to aspx, mootools breaks.
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Sure. But in my case mootools scripts we inherited needed to be modified and without time to learn mootools I decided to use AJAX to complete the task. I put together a page with example of what currently works (http://dev.retailnetgroup.com/htmlpage.htm). It's all mootools. What I wanted to add was back/next arrows. I thought ajax was going to work... Couple of button, update panel, dynamically load tab content, etc. But to no avail... If you know a way to add those arrows using mootools i would gladly go down that path.
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