Selects should be working with latest svn. Don't forget to clear IE's 
cache, it tends to help.

-Matej

Stefan Lindner wrote:
>> <select> tag had a problem in Model Dialogs in IE. But it should have
> been
>> solved by now. Try to do a svn update to get the latest model window
> code.
> 
> I did a svn update but select does still not show up.
> 
>> I can imagine autocomplete not working, perhaps the autocomplete div
> has 
>> lower z-index. Anyway, if you need autocomplete/datepicker/other 
>> javascript components that have absolute positioning, you may need to 
>> use the modal window in "page mode" - with iframe inside.
> 
> In page mode everything works: auto completion and select. Thank you
> fort he hint!
> 
> Stefan
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