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I imagine this isn't possible, but is there any way to remove or override the User type pick-list that shows up when User look-up field is associated with an apex:inputField? See screen cap:

User type pick-list

I'm asking because 1. a standard user will always be selected and 2. real-estate on this page is a little tight and I'd like to trim where possible.

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Going through the attribute list for apex:inputField, I don't see anything that looks like it'll help.

Here's what I suggest: (if using Chrome) right-click and select Inspect Element over the User-type picklist, and see if there's a specific class attached to that element. Then using jQuery, in your .ready function, hide all elements of that class. Hopefully, the class name for user-type picklists is unique, so it won't bother any other part of the page.

Example: If the class name for user-type picklists = "userType", have the following jQuery

<apex:includeScript value="{!URLFOR($Resource.jQuery)}"/>
<script>
    var j$ = jQuery.noConflict();

    j$(document).ready(function(){
        j$('.userType').hide(); 
    });

</script>
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  • Thanks, I appreciate the feedback and code snippet. I figured I could use jQuery to manually target those pick-list fields and hide them, but I was asking more-so from a Salesforce perspective if it there's some "hack" we can put in the VF element attributes, or something else that can be written into the page controller, etc. I'll give this a whirl though. Thanks again!
    – kbentsen
    Feb 20, 2014 at 21:15
  • they might add an attribute in the future to help with this issue, but going through the attributes currently available, I don't see anything that could be useful. Feb 20, 2014 at 21:19
  • you can always use your own HTML inputs, but then you lose (or have to create-on-your-own) the lookup. really, I think the jQuery solution is easiest to implement Feb 20, 2014 at 21:20
  • I'm just being extremely lazy and wanted to avoid writing three simple lines of jQuery! :] Unfortunately Visualforce doesn't assign the select field a CSS class, but though the markup does give it an Id ending in mlktp, so I changed the hide line to: $j("[id$=mlktp]").hide();
    – kbentsen
    Feb 20, 2014 at 21:41

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