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"spinning wheel" select fields on IOS from CF code?

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Sep 05, 2017

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I develop systems for both Windows and IOS devices. Would "select" form fields to appear as a "spinning wheel" on IOS devices, and "normally" on Windows systems.

Found this online, Spinning wheel on webkit for iPhone/iPod touch – Page 11 – Matteo Spinelli's Cubiq.org -- but wondered if there's anything else available as jQuery or ??

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"spinning wheel" select fields on IOS from CF code?

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I develop systems for both Windows and IOS devices. Would "select" form fields to appear as a "spinning wheel" on IOS devices, and "normally" on Windows systems.

Found this online, Spinning wheel on webkit for iPhone/iPod touch – Page 11 – Matteo Spinelli's Cubiq.org -- but wondered if there's anything else available as jQuery or ??

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Sep 07, 2017

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Rendering of html elements such as <select> is browser dependent, having nothing to do with the backend server technology.  When it hits the browser, it is simply seen as a <select>.  If you need to override the default browser behavior, then a third party library might be a good solution.  As an Android user, those spinners irritate me

-Nic

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<cfselect> introduces extra Javascript to the HTML output. So, in addition to what Nic_Tunney says, you should avoid <cfselect> in your ColdFusion code.

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