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Script problem on <Select> tag

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I have a script that I use with no problems when the Size attribute of the
Select tag is set to more than one (I have it set to 5, to be specific).
But when I drop it to 1 to create a popup, the script does not work.
There's no error, it just doesn't properly populate the popup. What's going
on here is that the user selects an entry from one popup, which narrows the
selection options in the second popup. There's a particular selection in
the first popup that should cause the second popup to be narrowed to choice
5 and choice 7. For whatever reason, it only displays choice 5. But if I
have the Size attibute of these controls set to 5, then the script works
fine and the second control narrows the choices to 5 and 7 as it should.
Any help would be appreciated.

Russell Campbell
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Nevermind . . . my bad . . . I overlooked something . . .

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I have a script that I use with no problems when the Size attribute of the
Select tag is set to more than one (I have it set to 5, to be specific).
But when I drop it to 1 to create a popup, the script does not work.
There's no error, it just doesn't properly populate the popup. What's
going on here is that the user selects an entry from one popup, which
narrows the selection options in the second popup. There's a particular
selection in the first popup that should cause the second popup to be
narrowed to choice 5 and choice 7. For whatever reason, it only displays
choice 5. But if I have the Size attibute of these controls set to 5, then
the script works fine and the second control narrows the choices to 5 and 7
as it should. Any help would be appreciated.

Russell Campbell

Jul 23 '05 #2

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