you can always roll your own datepicker if the YUI one does not work properly.


On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 5:13 PM, John MacEnri <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm new to Wicket this week, so not familiar with the expected format or
> structure of emails to this mailing list.
> I picked Wicket after trawling around for a framework that would enable UI
> programming on the Web make sense again. It's been an absolute pleasure so
> far. Compared to the pain I've felt for some time now battling with web
> application frameworks where most of the code of the applications was in
> XML, JS, JSP etc. etc. and a light sprinkling of actual Java, the elegance
> of Wicket as a natural UI programming environment makes everything seem
> possible and even enjoyable again. Thanks.
> But, (there always is a but:-) ), I'm struggling with an issue I've hit with
> the DatePicker and can't seem to resolve it.
> I'm using Wicket 1.4.1.
> I used the Editable TreeTable example from the Wicket site as a starter for
> the very small app I needed to write.
> Rather than just text editable columns though, I'm making them more type
> specific, so one of them is for Dates and shows a DateTextField and a
> DatePicker.
> The app is working fine in Firefox but the DatePicker is always caught
> behind the rows above and below when I run the app in IE7 or 8.
> The attached screen snippets show the difference. I've dug deep into the css
> and used the developer tools in IE8 which give you something akin to Firebug
> but couldn't findĀ  any css change would fix it.
> Is there a way to fix this or an alternative date picker?
> Thanks
> John
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