So duplicating it on your scratchpad site was very helpful but, mostly because there weren't any problems there and so I had to scrutinize my forms/templates a little more closely.
Turns out to have just been user error. (When I added the 'Publication Status' field to the form I failed to add a corresponding field in the template so no data was ever stored; accordingly, no selection was made to force the div to appear.)
Hi,No, I'm not aware of any current problems with "show on select", so yes, duplicating it on a public wiki would be helpful.-YaronOn Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 6:13 AM, CWinDC <email@example.com> wrote:Yaron,
We're getting some odd behavior with the latest SMW/SF and the Show on
Select. I haven't been watching the list very carefully for a while but
don't recall seeing a similar bug report.
We have a page that uses a form where 'publication date' is shown only if a
radio button 'publication status' takes a value 'published'. It all works
very well on page creation.
If you edit an existing page where 'publication status' is 'published', the
radio button appears with the correct value selected but the 'publication
date' field remains hidden unless you deselect the 'published' value then
reselect it. ...the existing date value remains in the form field--so no
data is lost. However, if a users does not deselect/reselect the correct
publication status then the publication date does not appear on the page
after save. Even after saving the page, if I edit with the form and
deselect/reselect the correct 'publication status' radio button, the data
We have other elements of the same form that behave similarly.
If this is a new bug then I'll try to recreate on scratchpad.referata today.
...well, I may try to do that anyway, for my own sanity check.
Otherwise, any ideas?
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