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Reflect 'change' events from the underlying element #27

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marxian commented Sep 13, 2011

Currently DropKick doesn't reflect programmatic (or other) changes
to the underlying element. Here we introduce a configuration option which sets up a simple binding to the 's 'change' event. The bound function tries
to use DropKick internal methods to reflect the change.

@marxian marxian Support 'reverseSync' option
Currently Dropkick doesn't reflect programmatic (or other) changes
to the underlying <select> element.

Here we introduce a configuration option which sets up a simple
binding to the <select>'s 'change' event. The bound function tries
to use DropKick internal methods to reflect the change.
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sos4nt commented Oct 31, 2012

This should be the default. I don't see any reason why Dropkick shouldn't reflect changes to its underlying element.

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Robdel12 commented Aug 6, 2013

Its broke currently on version 1.1, but I can get it to work. Just know after 2 years it'll make it in 😀

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