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    problem setting height dynamicly of a grid when autoHeight is already set


    Hello,

    Does anyone know how to toggle between autoheight is true and setting a height dynamicly of a grid.

    Mygrid is on a normal page without a viewport.

    If I do this, then I loose the scrollbar

    Code:
    mygrid.autoHeight=false;
    mygrid.setHeight(200);
    if I leave autoHeight is true out of the initial setup of the grid, I have no way to determine the height it needs for the rows.

    Does anyone has a solution for this?

    Thanks in adv, Richard

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    I would advise against this.

    Leave your grid set to autoHeight:true and calculate the required height of the grid by getting the scroller height and adding the header and footer heights.

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