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I'm using an Exposed Contextual Filter in a view. It's working nicely; however for aesthetics, we'd like to remove the Apply button and have the view change when the pull down does. How might I accomplish this?

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Thanks to both of you Lance and agargy below. Yes, hide the Apply button by checking 'Hide submit button'.

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This is a standard feature. Go to the "Exposed Form" settings on your view and click "Settings" next to "Exposed form styles". I don't remember the correct name of the option but i think you get it when you're there.

  • Under Advanced -> Exposed Form -> Settings -> You'll find an option called "Autosubmit". Check it. – 9ee1 Feb 11 '13 at 19:42
  • Thanks to both of you +Lance and +agargy. I'd mark this answer correct, but I have to wait three more minutes. In any case. Thanks again. I posted a 'follow up' section above with a screen shot showing someone else where to click. – Rick Feb 11 '13 at 19:46
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    That works fine if you have a dropdown or similar, but how do you hide it if the exposed filter is a text input? Auto-submit is not an option in that case. – NikLP Oct 27 '15 at 11:43
  • Anyone know of a fix for the same issue but for drupal 8? Thanks – cwiggo Mar 22 '16 at 13:41

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