Any reason why you don't add the event to your code?

return '<input type=radio name=group1 value=1 onclick=\"alert( this.name
);\" > one<br>';

You can also call functions that were defined in inline/external
form scripts.

Wolfgang

On 07.06.2012 11:06, hello amigo wrote:
>
> Hi! I tried to implement radio buttons in UA form by designer. There are
> two html fields. Content code of the first field is:
>
> Code:
> --------------------
> (function () {
> return '<input type=radio name=group1 value=1> one<br>';
> })()
>
> --------------------
>
> Content code of the second field is:
>
> Code:
> --------------------
> (function () {
> return '<input type=radio name=group1 value=2 checked> two<br>';
> })()
> --------------------
>
> In this way designer build in events like "onchange" and "onclick" are
> not available. When I click or change values of radio buttons, event
> handlers are not called.
> Is it possible to force html field to catch events?
>
>