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|0003280||phplist application||All Other||public||20-05-05 01:52||13-07-05 22:11|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||2.9.5|
|Summary||0003280: Attributes with selection menus should have the option of remaining empty -- rather than be forced to default to a value.|
|Description||I would like to have the option of making attributes with selection menus remain empty unless a user makes a selection.|
I have a pull-down menu with the 50 U.S. States.
I have selected it to be a required field --- the problem is, Alabama is basically selected by default even though I have not entered anything for the default value. I don't want people to accidentally say they live in Alabama, nor do I want to create a "select a state" default value that will then pass as a selection. There must be a way to leave the State empty and force users to choose a State actively.
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|Yes, good point. I think it's been added already so it may be a duplicate, so when I find it, I'll resolve at as a duplicate, but it's a useful thing to add.|
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