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  1. culprit is in LabelField.java line 122
  2. I would suggest you educate your users, rather than change anything.
    If someone modified a record at 1000 in Paris, it was 0900 in London.
    Since the user in Paris sees 1000 and the one in London...
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    it works in 3.0.1
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    * @author tony.benbrahim
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    public class AjaxComboBox<T extends ModelData> extends ComboBox<T> {

    public interface GetDataCallback<T> {
    void getData(String query, int maxResults,...
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    Actually yes, it is in 2.0 :-)
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    change the order of the loops :)
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    I think I did the same thing you did (got reduced visibility error, etc...)

    Make absolutely sure everything matches, and everything will be fine

    gxt resources, jars in WEB-INF/lib, jars in...
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    Code written in 1.6/1.7 will compile without problem in GWT 2.0

    Code written to take advantage of new 2.0 features (RunAsync, ResourceBundle, etc...) will obviously not compile in 1.X

    Tony
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    I tried it today. My application compiles with a couple of warnings (no big deal).

    However there were many UI problems (wrong sized buttons, disappearing tab strips when switching tabs, etc...),...
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    Still does not look like GPL to me. I can take MySql, Apache (not GPL, I know) or Linux, make modifcation or extensions, and ship the whole thing on a CD or post it on the net. I have the right to...
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    From, http://www.fsf.org/licensing/licenses/gpl-faq.html#v3VotingMachine



    By the same analogy, the corporate user who uses a computer at work doesn't get possession of it, so the user also does...
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    I was surprised to hear this mentioned (negatively) on the Java Posse podcast (by far the most popular Java podcast), so this has been a PR disaster so far.

    Java Posse podcast #184, about 20...
  13. it does fire a load event, however this does not update the contents of the combobox attached to the SimpleStore.
    The first line it hits in the handler is if (!focused) return;, and that's the end...
  14. There is a bug in SimpleStore when adding a single record using loadData with append=true

    for example:


    supplierStore.loadData([[data.id,data.name]],true);

    I was expecting my combo box tied...
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