1 [X]

Btw.

We are using ${key} everywhere (customized markup parsing) and it's much 
more convenient than wicket:message :-)

-Matej


Eelco Hillenius wrote:
> For localized attributes - so that you don't have to attach attribute
> modifiers all over the place for that sole reason - we have two
> alternative approaches in mind. For end-users this would either look
> like:
> 
> 1) <input type="submit" value="wicket:i18n:my_key"/>
> 
> which is compact, or
> 
> 2) <input type="submit" value="Default Value" wicket:message="value:my_key"/>
> 
> which works better if you want to keep your components preview-able.
> 
> What do you prefer (vote open to anyone that want to join in)?
> 
> 1 [  ]
> 2 [  ]
> 
> 
> Eelco
> 
> (I have to think about what I like a bit more myself, but currently I
> lean towards 2 as I think it is cleaner and supports preview-ability)
> 
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