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I have this lightning:select component:

<lightning:select name="theme" aura:id="theme" label="Theme:" onchange="{! c.changeTheme }">
            <option value="StandardSalesforce">Standard Salesforce</option>
            <option value="Halloween">Halloween</option>
            <option value="Bloodthirsty">Bloodthirsty</option>
            <option value="Midnight">Midnight</option>
        </lightning:select>

How can I disable one of the options in the onchange controller method ?

Thanks!

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You can dynamically reset the values of the lightning:select by giving new set of values in the controller.

You can get more details from this. lightning:select.

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I did a kind-of hacky thing

<option disabled="{! v.defaultDisabled }" ... />

then in the controller

component.set("v.defaultDisabled", true);

but maybe there is a different way....

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    I am sure if that will not work in modern browsers because the presence of word disabled will disable the option regardless the value (true or false). – manjit5190 Feb 21 '18 at 13:31
  • It works on my machine – SallyRothroat Feb 21 '18 at 18:17

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