Using x-select-blockless To use x-select-blockless you'll need to install both x-select-blockless and x-select ember addons. This is because we rely on x-select.

Fix #1 by removing x-select.js If you must, use x-select-blockless. Basic Example {{x-select action="tagYouAreIt" disabled=isDisabled multiple=true content=folks value=it optionValuePath="content.id" optionLabelPath="content.name"}} If you must, use x-select-blockless. Basic Example {{x-select action="tagYouAreIt" disabled=isDisabled multiple=true content=folks value=it optionValuePath="content.id" optionLabelPath="content.name"}} Using x-select-blockless. To use x-select-blockless you’ll need to install both x-select-blockless and x-select ember addons. This is because we rely on x-select. A note about selection vs. value When using Ember.Select, one would set either the value or selection property in order to bind a selected option to a property. X-Select departs from Ember.Select and does not support the selection option.

Using x-select-blockless To use x-select-blockless you'll need to install both x-select-blockless and x-select ember addons. This is because we rely on x-select.

If you must, use x-select-blockless. Basic Example {{x-select action="tagYouAreIt" disabled=isDisabled multiple=true content=folks value=it optionValuePath="content.id" optionLabelPath="content.name"}} Using x-select-blockless. To use x-select-blockless you’ll need to install both x-select-blockless and x-select ember addons. This is because we rely on x-select. A note about selection vs. value When using Ember.Select, one would set either the value or selection property in order to bind a selected option to a property. X-Select departs from Ember.Select and does not support the selection option.

Fix #1 by removing x-select.js

If you must, use x-select-blockless. Basic Example {{ x-select action = " tagYouAreIt " disabled = isDisabled multiple = true content = folks value = it optionValuePath = " content.id " optionLabelPath = " content.name " }}