If you happen to have wicket 1.4.x, just try creating an ajax behavior with onkeypress, I am pretty sure it ll work the way I just explained in the question. Also you may want to use the event Adding the input field was a mistake.
The specific case I've got in mind is as follows: an Ajax Form Component Updating Behavior("onchange") is added to a Text Field in a form.
Is there a way to handle the onchange event to run some code when the user selects one of the options of the autocomplete list?
I have a list of items, above which there is an input fields.
The behavior verifies the text for certain conditions (either the model object or the form component model, doesn't matter), based on which it might display a message (or hide it, if it has already been shown).
The problem is, there are also validators added to the Text Field.
One of the possible (and likely) scenarios consists of the user typing in, first, a value that causes the message to be displayed by the AJAX request.
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