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Hi - We are using the optiontransferselect tag to display two <select ...> tag on opposite sides - when the elements in each list are displayed we would like to also display some text when a user does a mouse over on one of the selections - is there anyway to do this with this tag ?

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reijnemans earned 500 total points
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Hi,

There is no supporting tag to achieve this, but you could write you're own javascript or use JQuery

regards,

Reijnemans
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When posting I don't see the collections filled in my Struts Action - am I missing something - I defined the list as leftSideList and doubleList as rightSideList and have getters and setters for each in the Action class ?
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