I think you can override #configure(JQueryBehavior) method or something
similar, where you can set the specifics.


On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 4:45 PM, grazia <grazia.russolass...@gmail.com>wrote:

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> My problem is with allowing the dialog element to be anywhere else except
> in
> the top left of the window where it currently shows up. Overriding the
> ui-dialog css entries has no effect.
> When the dialog is generated wicket creates a javascript like this below,
> it
> sets some properties of the dialog (width, resizable, modal ) but nothing
> about the position. How coudl I add a "position:center" property ?
>  My Dialog extends AbstractFormDialog, which extends AbstracDialog, which
> overrides JQueryBehavior newWidgetBehavior, and that is where these
> properties are set ....
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> grazia wrote
> > I in the juery ui theme I see .ui-dialog entries that I will try to
> > change.
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