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  1. Ok. I don't know if this will make sense to anyone or help anyone else, but the problem was due to the fact that unchecking the parent via code for example ( tree.setChecked(parentNodeBaseModel,...
  2. When I don't add the listener, the checkboxes statuses work as expected. So something in the listener is causing the issue. I will keep debugging it. Thanks
  3. Sorry for the delay in my reply. I was having some issues with our local sonatype nexus server. I upgraded to the GXT 2.3.0. That didn't solve the issue. I don't think this is a problem with GXT or...
  4. I haven't tried the GXT 2.3.0. But the main reason I stayed at 2.2.5 was I didn't want to jump too high from the older versions of the different libraries involved in migrating my Google Maps based...
  5. Hello. Are you aware of any changes in GXT 2.2.5 that would cause a checkbox item in a a tree panel, not to toggle its state when clicked. This was broken after upgrading from GXT 2.2.0 to GXT...
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    Thanks for your answer.

    I override the onLoad method of the WidgetComponent to which the mapwidget was added. This seems to have solved my issue. Thank you very. Yes, I'm curious to see how you...
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    Colin, Thanks for your help. I inherited this code. So I'm having to read online articles and diging through the code to make sense of everything.

    I see this line in the home html page where the...
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    Hello, I'm using GWT 2.5.0 , GXT 2.2.5 and GWT Google Maps API v3
    Initially, the map is displayed with the minimum size at the top left corner. My problem is similar to the one discussed here: ...
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    The default locale is en_US. I tried to manually specify the locale in the my .gwt.xml, but it complained about a reconfiguration of the locale. So looks like I could specify the locale to "en" and...
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    I will have to specify the format myself using "MMMM dd, yyyy"

    Thanks
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    The code was

    String dateStr = DateTimeFormat.getLongDateFormat().format(date);
    Since the getLongDateFormat() method is now deprecated, I changed it to

    String dateStr =...
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    Hello All. I updated GWT from 2.0.3 to 2.5.0 and GXT from 2.2.0 to 2.2.5. The date is set to display in long format. used to be September 27, 2013. But it now displays as 2013 September 2013. Any...
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