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Adding "Select one" to Dynamic Dropdowns

Thread began 12/09/2009 1:26 am by jim.anderson395726 | Last modified 12/09/2009 12:21 pm by jim.anderson395726 | 1116 views | 1 replies


Adding "Select one" to Dynamic Dropdowns


I have just started using Dynamic Dropdowns and encounter the following problem:

When my form is shown first the first dropdown shows "Select one" which is an option that I added in my dynamic list. As soon as a country is selected the category shows the first record (Airport). In order to see the choices in the third dropdown the usedr has to choose something else than "Airport" and then select agaion "Airport" to see the third dropdown. I prefer to have "Select one" instead of "Airport" so the user HAS TO MAKE A CHOICE. How do I achieve this.

Can someone help please.

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