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  1. Okay, but is there any container that lays out its children horizontally and will automatically calculate its height? HBoxLayout doesn't seem to work this way either. Thanks for the tips!
  2. For what it's worth, I've noticed the exact same problem - that RowLayout(horizontal) doesn't automatically calculate its height, whereas RowLayout(vertical) does. Sometimes I need to lay out a...
  3. I don't think you can do that (at least not easily). The Portal class uses a ColumnLayout, so all the portlets will be laid out such that they "slide up" to the top-most area they can. i.e. There...
  4. FWIW - I'd also like this functionality, to allow a portlet to span multiple columns in a portal layout. Without it, my plan is to separate my app's window into two different portal layouts: the top...
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    It's not a good solution to manually edit a properties file within gxt.jar, because the changes will be lost when GXT releases a new JAR file. It's not maintainable to keep making the same change...
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    I have a similar desire - I would like to change the messageBox_ok text from "Ok" to "Okay". How do I edit/override GXT's XMessages?

    -- Joe
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    I'd like to do the same thing - save screen real estate by using a tree without any icons. Is there a way to customize the TreePanel so that it doesn't include blank space where the icon would...
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