I have the same kind of issue:
1. I have an <li>...<input />...</li>
2. I create an Autocompleter on this INPUT
3. I do $(li).clone(true);
4. I create an Autocompleter on this INPUT
It works well on Firefox but it is broken on IE6. The 1st
Autocompleter is called on the 2nd Input.
The underlaying code do Event.observe(input). And IE create weak
cloned DOM element.
- But it is really weird Event.observe() do not work ?
- It seems Element.store() and Element.Retrieve() are also wrong
I tried prototype function Element.clone(true) it fix the store/
retrieve issue but do not sole the Event.observe()
Where did I miss something ? Is there a way to unregister an
On 8 avr, 10:22, Guillaume Lepicard <guillaume.lepic...@gmail.com>
> You should use full dom creation for your new inputs instead of innerHTML,
> and use prototype for manipulating Events and DOM
> On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 2:04 AM, Albanach <alban...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a form where I dynamically add extra fields.
> > Here's my example code:
> > While I can use autocomplete on my first input field, I am unable to
> > get it to work on any fields that I add after the page loads.
> > Don't suppose anyone can offer any suggestions as to how I might
> > achieve this?
> > Thanks,
> > Russell.
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