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Initialized select input with readonly="true" attribute displays cursor on Safari mobile (iPhone6) #2448
The element is initialized with materialize_select function and transformed to <input> with readonly="true" attribute. When clicked on iPhone6, the text in this element can't be edited but there is displayed a cursor. I think it may be caused by readonly="true" syntax instead of readonly, readonly="" or readonly="readonly" suggested by W3C. Is there any reason other than readability to choose readonly="true" above any of them?
The problem isn't the readonly attribute, but rather I think it isn't being
On Mon, Dec 28, 2015 at 8:55 PM, TyrionGraphiste firstname.lastname@example.org
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@Dogfalo Was this ever fixed for the disabled attribute? I have a select dropdown that I need to toggle the disabled attribute on with two buttons.