Thanks for the advice folks,

Using onSuccess is the ticket.


We live, we learn ( we get over the flu! )

On Mar 1, 7:21 am, Quleczka <> wrote:
> > Option #2 can be a smallish change, you don't need all the bells and
> > whistles. :-)  A very rough untested cut:
> Thanks T.J.
> Your idea is similar to the one described above by Tobie. I've just
> missed the point that I can stop events earlier and add submit my form
> inside ajax callback. I don't know why but all the time I was thinking
> about stoping event inside one of callbacks.
> Thanks again guys - that's exaclty what I needed :)
> Quleczka
> p.s. I haven't seen pastie before - really useful - bookmarked
> already:)
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