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    Hi,
    I new to ext and I was wandering if you can do this.

    I have a problem with the extjs file i am trying to create. Main panel is set to region west. This panel has items. First is a treePanel set to region center. As for the other items I would like to set them to center aswell and to stack a bit like an accordion layout. The reason I dont want to use accordion is to use the collapsible behavior instead.

    Is there a way to set multiple items on the same region and make them stack?

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    Configure the region

    Code:
    layout: {
        type: 'vbox',
        align: 'stretch'
    }
    Then the child Panels will be stacked down the region, each one stretched to full width. Configure each child Panel with collapsible: true

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    thank you, this worked!

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