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Autocomplete difficulty.

In IE when autocomplete is working and the user picks the drop down in a Input text box, the password will appear giving the user quick access to the next step. But the cursor should occur to the right of the inserted "*"'s in the pasword box. But for me my cursor is just sitting at the end of the Input box I mentioned. I would like the cursor to sit at the end of the "*"'s in the password box. I tried disabling the Input box and all that did is crash Internet Explorer plus it didn't put the cursor at the end of the "*"'s in the password box anyway. Any suggestions how I can get what is normal in this case? Thanks.

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George Hester
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Jul 20 '05 #1
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George Hester wrote:
In IE when autocomplete is working and the user picks the drop down in a Input text box, the password will appear giving the user quick access to the next step. But the cursor should occur to the right of the inserted "*"'s in the pasword box. But for me my cursor is just sitting at the end of the Input box I mentioned. I would like the cursor to sit at the end of the "*"'s in the password box. I tried disabling the Input box and all that did is crash Internet Explorer plus it didn't put the cursor at the end of the "*"'s in the password box anyway. Any suggestions how I can get what is normal in this case? Thanks.

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George Hester


Internet Explorer's autocomplete works the way it works. If you want it to work some other way, write your own browser.

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