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How do I code the change event on a select2 dropdown?

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How do I code the change event on a select2 dropdown?
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$("#YOUR_DROPDOWN_ID").change(function() {
    alert( $(this).val() );
})

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it doesnt work on a select2 dropdown
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your not using the select2 plugin...it converts options to <ul> tags
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I don't know the plugin you're talking about...
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The doc : http://ivaynberg.github.com/select2/#documentation
search for : on("change"
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