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  1. Calling tabPanel.forceLayout() solved this issue for me!
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    Hello,

    Is there a way to populate a ListView with checkbox items? This way the user doesn't have to hold CTRL to multiselect?

    Thank you,

    Jonathan
  3. Hello,

    We would like to implement a multi-select combo box. We need a widget that uses a ListStore<T>. Using a TextButton with a Menu of CheckItems does not allow us to have a backing store,...
  4. See my edit
  5. Colin,

    I wanted to add this to the thread:

    To then put multiple items within your tabPanel, the developer can create VerticalLayoutContainer and set scrollMode to AUTO. Then add the VLC to...
  6. This works perfectly. Thank you for the example. Your response speed is notable.
  7. My apologies, we are using FlowLayoutContainer.



    RootPanel

    Viewport

    FlowLayoutContainer
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    You could use a TextButton with a CheckMenu attached to it. See the advanced toolbars example. That's what we use for a multiselect combo box.
  9. Hello,

    I would like to build an application with an interface similar to the Sencha GXT Explorer Demo. Specifically, I would like tabPanels with scroll bars that resize based on the browser size....
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