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Jquery superfish question

I'm no jQuery expert... but, I'm having a serious problem with the Superfish Menu extension in Joomla 3.  Could be a conflict ... not sure but the menus are all dropped by default and there is no fade effect.  Google Chrome dev console shows  an error.. see screenshot.

Maybe I can ditch the Superfish extension and just use superfish.js and affect the menu classes in code instead of fooling around with this extension.  Am I dreaming or is it pretty straight forward to get superfish drop nav effects going in code.  I'm proficient in CSS, PHP, HTML, XHTML etc but not so much in javascript.. I understand OOP so I'm pretty sure I can do it, I just need someone to describe the general process of lighting up a standard css nav to have superfish effects.

Any insight would help.. thnx
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tf2012
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joomla_phpCommented:
That's no a conflict. The file is corrupted. There is nothing wrong with the syntax in the picture, so probably it's been saved in a format that includes funny carriage return line feeds, or a control-character was accidentally pressed. Can you get the original js out of the zip and replace it?
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tf2012Author Commented:
I'll give it a shot.. thank you!
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tf2012Author Commented:
The script is stored in the db.. it's joomla 3 site and the jt_superfish module seems buggy.  Not sure whats up.  I ditched it and used css for the drop nav.
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