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bug - validation doesn't fire when user picks value from last entered list
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I have a signup page where I have bunch of controls and validators
attached to them. One of them is Email textbox with attached Required
and RegExp validator. When user picks one of his emails from last
enetered list (just start typing or double click on textbox to bring
up the list) the validation doesn't fire at all. It causes confusion,
because when user enters invalid email address and then picks right
one from the list, error message is still displayed. Is it solvable?

Steps to reproduce:
1) get textbox with regexp validator attached and button
2) write valid value into textbox and press button - browser remembers
your input
3) go back to test page
4) enter invalid value press button - error message appears
5) double click textbox and pick value entered before - error message
still appears

I hope you understand me

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