hmm the request cycle would be quite awful its not really there for that
kind of state
The problem is that the AjaxRequestTarget is in normal rendering something
like PageRequestTarget.

The problem is you cant really through it on a Page because the page can
maybe not be accessed
(if you have a panel that wants to try to set the focus on its first

So then we are back at the that the only place where it could be on is the
RequestCycle yes.....


On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 3:36 PM, James Carman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> On 3/11/08, Johan Compagner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > yes so it is not the last one you ask to have focus on
> >  Very confusing for an average user
> >
> >  thats why there should be a single point just like
> >  AjaxRequestTarget.focusComponent() works.
> Ok, you've sold me.  So, is this something that belongs in "core"?
> Shouldn't the core have facilities for managing component focus?  The
> Ajax folks shouldn't be the only ones who get this luxury. :)  Perhaps
> an IFocusManager interface?  Would that go on the IRequestCycle (since
> you can only focus one component per request) or on the Page?
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