AutoComplete Release Notes **** version 2.2.2 *** * No changes. *** version 2.2.1 *** * Fixed form submission in Safari bug. * Fixed broken DS_JSArray support for minQueryLength=0. * Improved type checking with YAHOO.lang. *** version 2.2.0 *** * No changes. *** version 0.12.2 *** * No changes. *** version 0.12.1 *** * No longer trigger typeAhead feature when user is backspacing on input text. *** version 0.12.0 *** * The following constants must be defined as static class properties and are no longer available as instance properties: YAHOO.widget.DataSource.ERROR_DATANULL YAHOO.widget.DataSource.ERROR_DATAPARSE YAHOO.widget.DS_XHR.TYPE_JSON YAHOO.widget.DS_XHR.TYPE_XML YAHOO.widget.DS_XHR.TYPE_FLAT YAHOO.widget.DS_XHR.ERROR_DATAXHR * The property minQueryLength now supports zero and negative number values for DS_JSFunction and DS_XHR objects, to enable null or empty string queries and to disable AutoComplete functionality altogether, respectively. * Enabling the alwaysShowContainer feature will no longer send containerExpandEvent or containerCollapseEvent. **** version 0.11.3 *** * The iFrameSrc property has been deprecated. Implementers no longer need to specify an https URL to avoid IE security warnings when working with sites over SSL. *** version 0.11.0 *** * The method getListIds() has been deprecated for getListItems(), which returns an array of DOM references. * All classnames have been prefixed with "yui-ac-". * Container elements should no longer have CSS property "display" set to "none". * The useIFrame property can now be set after instantiation. * On some browsers, the unmatchedItemSelectEvent may not be fired properly when delimiter characters are defined. * On some browsers, defining delimiter characters while enabling forceSelection may result in unexpected behavior. *** version 0.10.0 *** * Initial release * In order to enable the useIFrame property, it should be set in the constructor. * On some browsers, defining delimiter characters while enabling forceSelection may result in unexpected behavior.