A quickstart attached to jira would be most appreciated.

Yui menu's distaste for wicket tags has been a long standing issue. To
get around it at first, we did
tMarkupSettings().setStripWicketTags(true). But then I thought that
was changed to calling setRenderBodyOnly on the components? If this
isn't working, maybe we need to hack up a markup filter to have done
with it once and for all.

On Dec 3, 2007 10:49 AM, Doug Leeper <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Rik,
> This doesn't make sense...it should work.  Not that it matters...but want to
> ask anyway...are you executing the wicket examples within Eclipse?  If so,
> please verify that your classpath is setup properly (looking for Wicket
> 1.3.x...preferably the latest...TRUNK/SNAPSHOT/rc1)
> I am assuming that you are still getting YAHOO not found.  This indicates
> that the proper file has not been found.  Also, there nuances with YUI in
> the order of the files retrieved in the Browser.  Wicket I know for a fact
> handles this correctly.   Could you double check the outputted HTML to
> ensure the links are correct (copy/paste into a browser).  If any are 404,
> then the link formation is incorrect.
> What might be best is to have you send me your example (quick start if
> possible) to reproduce your error on my end.  Otherwise...I am grasping at
> straws here.
> - Doug
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