Try inserting it, then checking it after it's in the DOM. Also, try  
setting input.checked = true rather than adding that as a part of the  
initial new Element deal.

if ( i == 1 ) {
        var input = new Element(
                'input',{
                  'type': 'radio',
                  'value': i,
                  'name': 'test'
                }
        );
        li.insert(input);
        input.checked = true;
}else{
        var input = new Element(
                'input',{
                  'type': 'radio',
                  'value': i,
                  'name': 'test'
                }
        );
        li.insert(input);
}

See if that helps.

Walter

On Mar 3, 2009, at 6:49 PM, jachin wrote:

> Does anyone know of a work around to this problem? A way to get a
> dynamically generated radio button selected?


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