I still have to click on the select for the changes to be applied, even after I changed the value.
Just had a quick look and it might be enough to listen to the
change instead of
click event here:
That might be the only change needed but not sure re side effects. If that works, we could undo the other changes probably.
.change, but for me it works the same. Like this http://i.imgur.com/gKzOzt0.gif
I use Chrome 43, Firefox 34 and Opera 12 on Win8.1x64.
Regarding new select box position, I moved it to the right side because I thought it's HTML bug that it was located in left side. Also I think it will be better if we set
vertical-align: top for blocks titles, like this http://i.imgur.com/yV4VIPb.png (current version: http://i.imgur.com/uoytH0r.png).
But anyway, it's up to you, guys, to chose the best solution. I'm not a designer :)
I'm not a designer :)
we're also not designers, but we do our best to build UI that look good and are usable. it's very important part of building a successful and amazing product.
Could you add some space below this SELECT box as you can see it's too close to the radio boxes below
@mattab What browser do you use? In Chrome 43 and Firefox 34 there is a space already
Also I think it will be better if we set vertical-align: top for blocks titles
I like it much better, maybe you can issue another PR?
@mattab It's very strange because I can't reproduce it. There is
<p> tag with
margin-top: 10px for list of radio inputs