Hi Vlad,

The "text with autocomplete" and "textarea with autocomplete" input types both allow multiple values. If you're going to change the code to support it, please note the "delimiter" parameter - by default the delimiter is a comma, but it can be manually set to be a semicolon, newline, etc. instead.

Yes, a blank value should be accepted - just like the dropdown input lets the user choose a blank value in addition to all the pre-specified values (unless the field is mandatory).


On Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 3:28 AM, Vladimir Kostyukov <vladimir.kostukov@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Yaron,

Sorry for delay.

Regarding fields with multiple values. You are right, its big potential problem. But I can try to implement it support. Which fields can has multiple values?

Regarding mandatory fields. From my point of view this is correctbehavioral. Mandatory - means "required field". Right? Then just in case: our cobobox is not required (not mandatory) and it has "existing values only" tag. How we should interpret empty field? Empty string - is not existing value from category for example.

Thanks for reply, I am going to thing about fields with multiple values.

On Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 1:47 PM, badon <fastgoldfish@gmail.com> wrote:
Here is the bug report for the issue being discussed:


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