I tried that. Once I initialize that variable I am not able to
so that it wont show up on the screen. It just isn't working
On Sep 11, 3:07 pm, bluezehn <middlesh...@googlemail.com
> Since an autocompleter is just an object, then you can just store it
> in a variable.
> So when the checkbox is unchecked, you can just set the variable to
> null and when it's checked again call the code to recreate the
> checkbox over. This would be my basic approach but you'd have a few
> issues with things like making sure listeners aren't added twice etc.
> Best bet to have a look at the source and see how it runs.
> On Sep 11, 8:04 am, Nithi <nithi...@gmail.com
> > Hi,
> > I have a question regardingdisablingScriptaculousautocompletewith
> > a input checkbox. I want to disableautocompletewhen the user