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I'm working on a small web application that is exhibiting some odd behaviour. My whole approach is probably not the best, and I don't know how much that contributes to the problem.

What I am attempting to do:
It's a basic timesheet entry page. I have a calendar control and I've created a user control to represent a single item. Only one day can be entered at a time, but multiple items for each day.

When a user selects a different day I'm doing checks to see if they've saved the entered items, which involves some postbacks and is making it messy.

I got it to work in IE, but not Chrome. What is happening is that when a user moves to a different day Chrome is remembering some of the options selected for the first user control (two of the HTML select options) but not the rest. I wouldn't have thought it would be browser specific.

Has anyone seen anything like this? I've done multiple searches and uncovered nothing.

When I figure out how to attach files I will include the code.


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