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Re: Touch-Ui DropDown with multiselect
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Hi Clive,You can add multi-select to the select component by adding multiple="{Boolean}true". Your component would look something like this: The selected values will display as tags below the select input. I've noticed that there are some bugs with this when you place the multi-select inside a multifield component.

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Re: Touch UI : how to set default value of checkbox in touch UI
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This does not appear to be fixed in AEM 6.1. Jura, can you please advise?

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Re: How to set default value in a Touch UI select element?
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I was never able to find a solution. selected="{Boolean}true" hasn't worked for me.

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