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I want to apply to a position online using my Stack Careers 2.0 profile, but I can't due to a Javascript error. It's pretty frustrating as the job was posted yesterday and I wanted to be quick.

Page: http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/15096/software-developer-lightfire-studios?a=hPOFboc

When I click the button to apply online, Firebug tells me:

e is undefined
[Break On This Error] (function(){$(function(){h();o();l();t...e,b.last_delay)},b.last_delay)}})})();

http://cdn.sstatic.net/careers/Js/jobs.min.js?345fca (line 1)
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We're looking into this – Korneel Bouman Nov 17 '11 at 20:03
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The successful applicant shouldn't be deterred by a mere javascript error :) – ObscureRobot Nov 17 '11 at 22:16

Sorry for the problem and thanks for letting us know, this is resolved now.

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