Doesn't the change event fire as soon as the select loses focus and no longer has the same value it started with? I thought that was the basis for the event itself. Can you post an example that fails to fire the change event when modified with the keyboard?

Walter

On May 5, 2010, at 8:56 AM, Hari wrote:

Hi,

I have a simple html select and attached a javascript to fire an event
when value changes...
My html

      <select id="mySelectBox">
           <option>1</option>
           <option>2</option>
           <option>3</option>
           <option>4</option>
       </select>

My Js
 $('mySelectBox').observe("keyup",myEventHandler);  // this is added
for keyboard support for firefox to recognise selection change using
keyboard
 $('mySelectBox').observe("change",myEventHandler); // this is the
actual change
 function myEventHandler(){
     alert('ping');
 }

If I have both 2 events are fired...If I have either of the two
statements, things work fine but the other event is not fired. Is
there a way to get around this problem.

Thanks and Regards,
Hari


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