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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #8512, comment 2


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Mar 13, 2011, 10:25:59 PM (11 years ago)
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shehriyari
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  • Ticket #8512, comment 2

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    11I would prefer that, yes, to select no options.
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    3 HOWEVER, my wishes are irrelevant: Although it is NOT documented, the CODE is written that way [jQuery source 1.5.1 - check the stackoverflow.com discussion I referred you to, in original report]. What I say, is that you should make a decision, and implement it. Having selectedIndex = -1 doesn't solve problems, it creates them. jQuery's primary objective (I believe) should be "to be standards-compliant AND cross-browser, useful tool that DOES function", not just "to be standards-compliant tool that follows those standards to no end". selectedIndex = -1 doesn't serve anyone...
     3HOWEVER, my wishes are irrelevant: Although it is NOT documented, the CODE is written that way [jQuery source 1.5.1 - check the stackoverflow.com discussion I referred you to, in original report]. What I say, is that you should make a decision, and implement it. Having selectedIndex = -1 doesn't solve problems, it creates them. jQuery's primary objective (I believe) should be "to be standards-compliant AND cross-browser, useful tool that DOES function", not just "to be standards-compliant tool that follows those standards blindly, to no end". selectedIndex = -1 doesn't serve anyone...
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    55And again, YES, I would recommend having all options de-selected. That would solve a lot of problems and would be quite useful shortcut for us, developers.