Re: AjaxButton does not respect return false on client side

2014-04-21 Thread Entropy
So I figured out that what's happening is that evidently wicket 6 doesn't put the javascript inline, but uses event listener registration or whatever. And it seems like this overwrites my inline event in an AjaxButton. The solution: @Override

Re: AjaxButton does not respect return false on client side

2014-04-21 Thread Entropy
Nevermind. This secondary issue was caused by one of my many experiments to solve the original issue. Further, I also found that if I had needed to do this, the method to override is getOnClickScript(). I will say, that I am a little uncertain if this new style is a good thing. Traditionally,

Re: AjaxButton does not respect return false on client side

2014-04-21 Thread Martin Grigorov
hi, On Apr 21, 2014 6:30 PM, Entropy blmulholl...@gmail.com wrote: Nevermind. This secondary issue was caused by one of my many experiments to solve the original issue. Further, I also found that if I had needed to do this, the method to override is getOnClickScript(). I will say, that I