Okay, I have been playing with the image rollover/transition code that was in the 27th issue of the Tech Times. This is a cool effect and I want to utilize in some rollovers on a site. The code works great in Internet Explorer 5.5 but I can't get it to work in Internet Explorer 6.0. In IE 6.0, I keep getting a "Library not loaded" error message and the basic rollover doesn't even happen.

It is pretty imperative to get it working in IE 6.0. Has anyone figured out how to do this yet?

Here is a sample of my code which is basically what was in the Tech Times.

Code:
<script>
 function imgSwap(imgName, newImgSrc) {
   if (document.images) {
     if (document.images[imgName].filters[0])
       document.images[imgName].filters[0].apply();

     document.images[imgName].src = newImgSrc;

     if (document.images[imgName].filters[0])
       document.images[imgName].filters[0].play();
   }
 }
</script>
Image Tag
Code:
 <img name="myImg" src="headers_htm_smartbutton8.gif" width="100" height="50"
 onMouseOver="imgSwap('myImg','headers_htm_smartbutton55.gif');"
 onMouseOut="imgSwap('myImg','headers_htm_smartbutton8.gif');"
 style="filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.RandomDissolve(duration=0.50);" />