RE: Re: + key as alternative for tab key

2009-09-24 Thread Boydens Joeri (OZ)
Onderwerp: Re: + key as alternative for tab key Boydens Joeri (OZ joeri.boydens at oz.be writes: How would you do this in an elegant and generic way ? Joeri Also, take a look at wicketstuff-input-events Daniel

Re: Re: + key as alternative for tab key

2009-09-24 Thread nino martinez wael
Verzonden: woensdag 23 september 2009 20:43 Aan: users@wicket.apache.org Onderwerp: Re: + key as alternative for tab key Boydens Joeri (OZ joeri.boydens at oz.be writes: How would you do this in an elegant and generic way ? Joeri Also, take a look at wicketstuff-input-events Daniel

Re: + key as alternative for tab key

2009-09-23 Thread Daniel Toffetti
Boydens Joeri (OZ joeri.boydens at oz.be writes: How would you do this in an elegant and generic way ? Joeri Also, take a look at wicketstuff-input-events Daniel - To unsubscribe, e-mail:

Re: + key as alternative for tab key

2009-09-22 Thread Nicolas Melendez
In every field information goes to the server to validate and then go back? Seems dificult to implement.please, tell us your experience when your are done NM On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 3:28 PM, Pedro Santos pedros...@gmail.com wrote: Good question, pretty much javascript work. I'm curios know

Re: + key as alternative for tab key

2009-09-22 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
It's very easy to implement with Wicket - just add ajax form submitting behavior to desired fields, and in the behavior, repaint the feedback form, etc... Although, it can be server intensive obviously. -- Jeremy Thomerson http://www.wickettraining.com On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 7:25 AM, Nicolas

+ key as alternative for tab key

2009-09-21 Thread Boydens Joeri (OZ)
Hi, We are rewriting an old fat client application to a more elegant web application based on Wicket. In the requirements they state that the users of the fat client application do all input with the right side of their keyboard and want to keep it that way. One special requirement is

Re: + key as alternative for tab key

2009-09-21 Thread Martin Grigorov
this is pure JavaScript just register a listener for 'keydown' event for all required fields (probably the ones with tabindex) and if the event's key code is the one for '+' on the keypad (I don't know it) then just call this.blur() which will move the focus to the next field. El lun,

Re: + key as alternative for tab key

2009-09-21 Thread Pedro Santos
Good question, pretty much javascript work. I'm curios know your final solution. One fine solution is to create an subclass of AjaxFormComponentUpdatingBehavior to onchange event. On this behavior you can put your javascript rules. Take a look at OnChangeAjaxBehavior to see how it could be done.