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Are masked inputs supported in custom composites?

I've tried the following and it doesn't break but it also doesn't mask.

$elements['job_details']['job_phone'] = [
  '#type' => 'textfield',
  '#input_mask' => '(999) 999-9999',
  '#title' => t('Company Phone Number')
];
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If you want to get simple form elements to include webform element enhancements you have to 'initialize' the composite's sub-elements using \Drupal\webform\Element\WebformCompositeBase::initializeCompositeElements

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If anyone else came here (like me) looking for a way to add an input mask to a custom composite created through the Webform Composite Tools UI, you just need to add a custom property to your (sub)element:

input_mask: '''alias'': ''currency'''

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