In my updated IDE, we are moving toward "use strict"; for a bunch of reasons. It looks like the most recent version of Stratified.js does not play nicely. It has hundreds of "errors" that strict mode dislikes. A ton of the usual == instead of ===, and using != instead of !==. I could fix those myself, but then there are lots more that I don't feel qualified to mess with. Things like this:
'aborted_target' is already defined.
'body' is already defined.
'clear0' is already defined.
'i' is already defined.
's' is already defined.
Expected a 'break' statement before a 'case'.
Expected a conditional expression and instead saw an assignment.
and many, many more.
Any chance that you can update Stratified.js so it passes the "use strict"; validations?