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  1. Instead of using setSize(String, String), which only sets css sizes (and so cannot be used for layouts, which require actual pixel sizes to measure how much space each child can use), use...
  2. @wilfried, the Neptune theme and the themebuilder in general is only supported in GXT 3.1+. It will not work with any 3.0 build.

    The other thing I would suggest is make sure you are using a recent...
  3. Sylvia Ellerr, it looks like you are writing C#, which isn't going to work very well in GWT/GXT which is written entirely in Java...
  4. Thanks for the report! Not sure how that slipped by us, but I'll get right on fixing it. In the meantime as I am sure you are aware, you can simply cast to raw then to the correct type.
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    I've verified that the 3.1.0 and 3.1.1 jar files for the actual GXT release is correctly using the commercial license - this is typically how a project will make use of GXT, rather than using the jar...
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    Thanks Andreas, looking into that now. We verified this at least for deploying to maven central and the commercial jar, but I'm less certain about the war file. I'll reply back shortly.
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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
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    Can you confirm that there is a data.json file in the deployed war file in the data directory, or that there is some servlet serving that content?
  9. GXT has two basic mechanisms at this point to modify styling, the simple/easy, and the powerful/hard. We started with the appearance pattern (documented first by GWT at...
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    The appearance is responsible for that, via GroupingViewAppearance.renderGroupHeader. The default implementation to the GroupingViewAppearance is GroupingViewDefaultAppearance, which delegates to a...
  11. As mentioned in the stackoverflow post at, we need more information to be able to help, but it sure...
  12. Even in 2014, we're still seeing vast differences in how browsers handle events :).

    This is a difference in how the different browsers handle the long press and convert it to 'mouse' events....
  13. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  14. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

    From the stack trace, it looks like the TabPanel is assuming that more tabpanels (with the same appearance) can't be nested. This may...
  15. Andreas, while I can reproduce your test case, I cannot get your initial result that tdHeight is ever set to "0px" - for me it always is at "". I suspect that the issue is that the Grid is trying to...
  16. Sorry for the confusion on this - I mistakenly told Daniel in sales (who then told you) that this should be working, because I was testing on 3.1.1 nightly builds, and 3.1.1 is yet to be released....
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    Sorry, yes, we forgot to hit this post, but I think we got most of the others... I'll make sure we double check them today.

    GXT 2.3.1a is 2.3.1, but with added GWT 2.6.x (and 2.7.0-SNAPSHOT, at...
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    The problem is that tabBarBorder expects a string, but util.border returns a border object. Instead, pass in something like '1px solid' + theme.borderColor. In a future release, we'll review all the...
  19. There is no specific reason you *can't* put HLC/VLCs inside of a CssFloatLC, though I'd question the use case (and probably agree with you once you made your case, though I might suggest an...
  20. This has been merged, and is in SVN and our nightly builds, and will go out in 3.1.1.

    You can confirm the fix at which now uses the super dev mode...
  21. This has been fixed in SVN and nightly builds, and will go out in the 3.1.1 release.
  22. What changes are you applying? GXT buttons are more complex than a single <button> element in order to be completely consistent cross browser, and support other features like split menus, icons, etc....
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    The Tree is just the structure, with some wiring for cells so that you can have custom ways of rendering or editing each row. It should be possible to set a cell that can edit any given item, based...
  24. Whoops, that's definitely an oversight, likely caused from fixing bugs in how we check if something can be hidden. I've filed this, fixed it locally, and will get it merged soon for the 3.1.1 release.
  25. This is not supported by default - the legend either draws along the side in a column, or along the bottom in a row. For specific customization, consider using a ListView instead, and wiring it to...
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