JQuery UI wizard with Wicket and matching Wicket JQuery jars

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Richard Livingstone

Dec 5, 2017, 10:54:36 AM12/5/17
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Hi Sebastien

I'm upgrading one of my applications to use the most recent version of Wicket (well, almost) and am having a little trouble with the Wicket JQuery UI wizard integration. The UI is slightly distorted - the close button at the top right of the wizard dialog has the text overlaying the X icon - and after the first edit field is clicked in, mouse events won't work at all. However, I can move through the wizard using the keyboard and successfully complete it. I am assuming it is the version of JQuery I'm using but I then tried a few other versions by changing my Application init(), for example:

this.getJavaScriptLibrarySettings().setJQueryReference(JQueryMigrateResourceReference.get()) // this made no difference


jsSettings.setJQueryReference(new UrlResourceReference(Url.parse("/MyApplication/js/jquery-3.2.1.min.js"))); // also made no difference - I checked the page source and the javascript is accessible

So perhaps it's not what I thought.

My real question is, have you checked out your samples with the latest and greatest Apache Wicket 8.0.0-Mn and your (excellent) JQuery integration. I started to do that but it was getting messy when I started removing bits I didn't need so I thought I'd ask you first. I'm happy to go a bit further with this if it helps.

Best wishes


Richard Livingstone

Dec 5, 2017, 11:06:19 AM12/5/17
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Forgot to say, I'm upgrading from Wicket 6.2 and jquery-ui-xxxx-6.1.0 jars so quite old 

Richard Livingstone

Dec 5, 2017, 11:32:17 AM12/5/17
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Ok, forget it - user error once again ;-) I forgot to update the jquery-ui theme in my build which was based on 1.8.23 rather than a 1.12 themeroller. Sorry...
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