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  1. Try to resize any table column in IE to make it narrower than the text in the header title. In IE the header goes out of sync from the rest of the table. This is reproducible in the Explorer demo.
  2. It is missing the item.setData(model) call, and thus simply re-assigns the old data to the item. If the item already has any rendered widgets in it, this causes the exception down the road, when the...
  3. If the autoDestroy flag is set, the Container.remove function causes the NullPointerException in the Component.fireEvent code. Basically, the Container.remove destroys the component first, and after...
  4. I'm trying to move selected items from one tree to another. Items are disappearing from the source tree, but not getting added to the destination tree. Looks like once the tree item is rendered, it...
  5. Bumping this up. I'd love to see the widget support in the TableViewer. Is there a reason why it was dropped?
  6. I've tried to implement my own right-click menu for the TableHeader, and the only way to do it now is to override the TableHeader.onShowContextMenu method. I need to keep the sorting portions of the...
  7. Currently it is not possible to load the table viewer by invoking its content's provider load method until the table is rendered. The load operation fails on NPE in the TableViewer.onBeforeLoad...
  8. BorderLayout does not size elements without specifying the size in pixels or percentages. Can the code be updated to use the child element's actual size as well? The can be done by setting the...
  9. I keep getting those JavaScriptExceptions in the hosted mode only (I run it under Eclipse) when I try to open any combo-box and select an item from it:
    ...
  10. When I try to call DateField.getDate, the call fails with:

    java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.String cannot be cast to java.util.Date
    at...
  11. In Beta 1, I was able to use a simple listener:


    Tree tree = new Tree();
    //...populate the tree

    tree.addListener(Events.DoubleClick, new Listener<TreeEvent>() {
    public void...
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