Including Magento's “prototype/windows/themes/magento.css” Across Versions


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I've got an Magento admin console extension that enables a model window across the entire Magento admin console. In Magento 1.7, I can include the factory default CSS file with the following


$layout->getBlock('head')->addCss('lib/prototype/windows/themes/magento.css');

However, in Magento 1.6, this file isn't in the skin folder, it's in the 'js_css' folder, and I need to use this


$layout->getBlock('head')->addItem('js_css', 'prototype/windows/themes/magento.css')

Is there an elegant, straight forward way for me to ensure this file is properly included across all versi


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