If the server-side code returns something like:


Then these spaces will absolutely be preserved in the list that the
Autocompleter returns. Once that value shows up in your input box, the
non-breaking spaces will be just normal spaces. If you save that data
and the preservation of spaces is important, then it is your job to
handle it appropriately.

There is no bug in this behavior.

You can use whatever HTML code you want for the returned HTML, but you
will need to alter the new Ajax.Autocompleter(...) code so that it
looks for the correct tag, by default it looks for a <li>. Also, you
cannot have one or more <li> elements that are stand-alone, they must
be inside a <ul> or <ol>.


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