Ajdin Brandic wrote: > In my class I have a property which is displayed as a dropdown select. > I replaced one of the values and I can still see that value together > with the new one. > > Replaced Values > None|CC-BY-NC-SA > (recommended)|CC-BY|CC-BY-NC|CC-BY-SA|CC-BY-ND|CC-BY-NC-ND|Full > Copyright|Other > > With Values > CC0 (No rights reserved)|CC-BY-NC-SA > (recommended)|CC-BY|CC-BY-NC|CC-BY-SA|CC-BY-ND|CC-BY-NC-ND|Full > Copyright|Other > > And HTML says > <option selected='selected' value='None' label='None'>None</option> > <option value='CC0 (No rights reserved)' label='CC0 (No rights > reserved)'>CC0 (No rights reserved)</option> > > Anyone had this prob?????
The list also contains the currently selected value, since it would be incorrect to show a randomly selected value instead of the one that was previously there. This happens on an object-by-object way, so if you select a different value and save, "None" will no longer be present for that object. A good fix is to write a script that searches for all objects that have "None" selected and replace it with a different one, then save back the document. If you need help with the script, just ask. -- Sergiu Dumitriu http://purl.org/net/sergiu/ _______________________________________________ users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.xwiki.org/mailman/listinfo/users