1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 3, 2012 7:33 AM by john Sheppard

    Why can't we customize rich:select like the rich:autocomplete???

    john Sheppard Newbie

      hello, I really like to work with richfaces and I was wondering why can't we customize the content of rich:select just like on rich:auto complete :

      example found this:

      <rich:autocomplete attached="false" value="..." autocompleteMethod="#{bean.countries}" var="country"    layout="table">    <rich:column>       <h:outputText value="#{country.name}">    <rich:column> </rich:autocomplete>  or list markup (encoded with ul-li tags) <rich:autocomplete attached="false" value="..." autocompleteMethod="#{bean.countries}" var="country"    layout="list">    <h:outputText value="#{country.code} " style="font-weight:bold"/>    <h:outputText value="#{country.name}"/> </rich:autocomplete>  or simple div-based list  <rich:autocomplete attached="false" value="..." autocompleteMethod="#{bean.countries}" var="country"    layout="div">        <h:outputText value="#{country.code} " style="font-weight:bold"/>       <h:outputText value="#{country.name}"/> </rich:autocomplete>  or h:panelGrid based usage - almost the same as table but columns(td's inserted around every child) <rich:autocomplete attached="false" value="..." autocompleteMethod="#{bean.countries}" var="country"    layout="grid">        <h:outputText value="#{country.code} " style="font-weight:bold"/>       <h:outputText value="#{country.name}"/> </rich:autocomplete>

       

      why can't we decide how we want our data to be displayed inside a rih:select? Is it me missing something? or it's not implemented?