Hi James, Thanks for the tip about Form1.choice1.null=Something Else I was always wondering how to change that text but now I can do it. Thanks again, Ian -- View this message in context:
Please advise, I need to replace Choose One with a BLANK choice () in my dropdown. I know I can either create some kind of properties file, or override something, but I'm not sure exactly what to do, step-by-step. Could you give an exact, step-by-step instruction regarding what file to create,
https://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/dropdownchoice.html On Feb 2, 2011 5:47 PM, eugenebalt eugeneb...@yahoo.com wrote: Please advise, I need to replace Choose One with a BLANK choice () in my dropdown. I know I can either create some kind of properties file, or override something, but I'm not
I have a Form and a DropDown on it, that's it. (There are no Panels or anything else.) -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/How-to-Replace-Choose-One-with-Blank-in-DropDown-tp3256149p3256195.html Sent from the Users forum mailing list archive at
Thank you but I don't understand that instruction! Quote: Create a .properties file for your subclass of form/panel and define the null key for the value you want. For example: A .properties file where?? in the same location as the Form.java? How will it be hooked up to the actual dropdown?
anyone, please? I don't understand where to create the properties file, how to name it, and what to put in there. My form name: Form1 My dropdown name: choice1 No panels. Where should the file be placed and how will it be found automatically? -- View this message in context:
Well, I would urge you to look around at how to do internationalization (no wonder folks usually just type i18n). That will show you how to set up properties files. In your case, if you're just dealing with a page and no panels, then just create a property called MyPage.properties (assuming your