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    Hello,
    I am trying to find the current cursor position in a datefield. I have a function that gets hit onkeyup and I tried getting the element by ID then getting the selectionStart but that doesnt exist for the div element. Has anyone had any luck getting the cursor position in a datefield object?

  2. I realized this is because the element I am getting by ID is the DIV itself. You need to go into the child elements to find the input tag.

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    This seems to not work with the datefield object thats why I posted this here. I create the datefield and on "keyup" I enter a function that uses document.getElementById ('datefield') and then looks for selectionStart but it doesnt exist.

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    I realized this is because the element I am getting by ID is the DIV itself. You need to go into the child elements to find the input tag.

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