I tried to configure two ‘select multiple’ CFs, one based on another (e.g.
“affected components/subcomponents”). So, I have options A, B and C in CF #1
and options A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C3 in CF #2 (with A1…3 dependent
on category A, and so on).
All works fine as long as a single entry is selected in CF #1. If I select
more than one, however, only one group is displayed in CF #2.
E.g., if I select ABC in CF #1, CF #2 displays A1, A2, A3. Same if I select AB
or AC. If I select BC in CF #1, CF #2 displays B1, B2, B3.
I would expect that CF #2 would display all applicable suboptions; e.g. if BC
is selected in CF #1, CF #2 would display B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C3.
Is it the intended behavior?
pass the element (basedon) to filter_cascade(). In /NoAuth/js/cascaded.js,
filter_cascade() needs to check if element allows for multiple selection and
add perform the “for (i in complete_children)” loop for each of the selected