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#15152 fixed Selectmenu: incorrect 'remove' event handler management for selectmenu button Scott González AlexShinkin

Might be related to #15078

When a selectmenu is initialised , an internally used <span> section is created that contain button , icon and text.

Each of the components has a set of event listeners .

The bug is - after any activity on a selectmenu ( such as selecting options, just clicking on the menu button a few times, calling .selectmenu("refresh") ) a bunch of 'remove' event handlers gets added to the the selectmenu button.

Looks like the number of the added handlers is equal to the number of menu options. I.e. if a selectmenu has 10 options , clicking on a menu 3 times adds 30 identical handlers to the menu button.

Observed with jQueryUI 1.12.1 and jQuery 1.12.4 and 3.1.1

Easy to reproduce - just load an example page ( like ) , click the selectmenu button a few times , then inspect the button event handlers list .

May ( and most likely does ) cause general slow downs due to memory/cpu starvation.

Regards, Alex

#15151 notabug 1.12.1 nuget package includes CSS for v1.12.0 Rik Crompton

When inspecting the contents of the Jquery.UI.Combined (v1.12.1) Nuget package I noticed that the jquery-ui.css and the jquery-ui.min.css contained comments related to v1.12.0

#15150 notabug progressbar.value() doesn't work when passing non-integer value (like: float) Jeff

I use jQuery UI (v1.12.0) progressbar to display file upload progress, I calculated my progress with var percent = (offset/lenght).toFixed(), but when I pass value by using progressbar("value", percent);, progress bar can't display current percent.

My team member can re-produce this issue, and has found a workaround solution: percent = parseInt(percent) to force convert value to integer, then works.

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