Autocomplete on modal Window #805

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eoyarzabal opened this Issue Sep 2, 2013 · 3 comments

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When I try:

Eva (Trying to put Evan Prodromou) I can select only "Aeva Ntsc"
Steph (Trying to put Stephen Sekula) I get "No matches found"
Pumpana (Trying to put Pumpanagi) I get "No matches found"

BUT (always a but..)

When I try:

drom I get "Evan Prodromou" (The both users)
kul I get "Stephen Sekula" (Both users)
nagi I get "Pumpanagi" and "JanKusanagi"

I think it crops the first 2 letters on Name and LastName because you can get wanted results putting:

You can get Evan Prodromou putting "an" or "odromou"
The same for Stephen Sekula putting "ephen" or "kula"

This is the pre issue: https://pumpio.com.ar/tioeze/note/qILHSj2zQqKv0g5b0xInww

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DDevine Sep 12, 2013

I can confirm this issue.
When I search for "François", I get no matches. When I search for "ançois" I get two matches (correctly).

DDevine commented Sep 12, 2013

I can confirm this issue.
When I search for "François", I get no matches. When I search for "ançois" I get two matches (correctly).

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shtrom Oct 16, 2013

Ah! Same here. I can find other people from my list if I type the middle of their name, which is good.

However, if I become too specific, it fails again. For example, “co” will suggest “NicoKos” and the “Co-workers” list, but specifying “cok” empties the list, even though “NicoKos” still matches (I tried both lower and upper case, finding the same result); “Nic” doesn't yield any suggestion either.

shtrom commented Oct 16, 2013

Ah! Same here. I can find other people from my list if I type the middle of their name, which is good.

However, if I become too specific, it fails again. For example, “co” will suggest “NicoKos” and the “Co-workers” list, but specifying “cok” empties the list, even though “NicoKos” still matches (I tried both lower and upper case, finding the same result); “Nic” doesn't yield any suggestion either.

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Micheleaj Oct 16, 2013

I can confirm that it looks like the remote lookup is nixing the first two letters (maybe as part of the function that makes sure you have at least 2 letters before doing a lookup?). It seems to handle local lookups OK (eg "pu" gets me "Public").

I can confirm that it looks like the remote lookup is nixing the first two letters (maybe as part of the function that makes sure you have at least 2 letters before doing a lookup?). It seems to handle local lookups OK (eg "pu" gets me "Public").

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