Hi again, 
I have the same problems with table header columns internationalization. 
This is what I use:

-columns.add(new PropertyColumn<User>(new Model<String>(new
ResourceModel("name.name", "Default").getObject()), "age", "age"));
-columns.add(new PropertyColumn<User>(new
Model<String>(getString("name.name")), "name", "name"));

It seems it doesn't find the property "name.name" with ResourceModel and it
displays "Default". This property exists. as for the second columns it
displays. Do you have any idea? Is there other solution to pass the property
to the PropertyColumn?
Thanks.

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