If you're using Wicket, you're using its forms, text fields, labels, and so on. So, you call up code completion and you see "java.awt" and "java.text" being offered first, meaning you need to scroll down in each drop-down for the applicable Wicket class:

You can save yourself that trouble, by excluding the "java.awt" and "java.text" packages (which you're not using with Wicket anyway) in the "Editor" section of the Options window (under the Tools menu):

With those packages excluded, the first class that appears in code completion is the one you want for your Wicket applications:

Then just press OK and you have all the imports from Wicket and you're ready to continue coding right away.


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