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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • We had a fun time hunting this behavior dowh just the other day. If you have two or more input type=text boxes, this behavior suddenly goes away, and it does what you'd expect. One work-around, then, is to have a text box which is disabled, and has a style="display:none" attribute on it. Any browser which supports CSS will not display the field, as if it didn't exist, but IE will now treat the form the way you want it to.
    • Unfortunately I have to be able to support Linx and Lynx too. :-)

      I think I now have a proper fix - a default form submit handler which points to my search routine. I've released AxKit::XSP::PerForm 1.83 to CPAN to deal with this situation.