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    [GXT 3.0] Need Access to ComboBoxCell minListWidth property


    Hi,

    I want to define a ListView widest than the ComboBox field it belongs to.
    In GXT 2.0 this could be done by

    Code:
     myComboBox.setMinListWidth(size);
    In GXT 3.0 there is no such method, but reading the code I found that that property is defined in ComboBoxCell and it seems they are using it for the same task, but it doesn't have a setter and is defined private.
    Question are, will this property be accesible in the near future? Is there any other way of doing this?

    Regards
    Daniel

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    Thanks for the report, we'll look into it.

    As a workaround you can use JSNI to access otherwise inaccessible fields and methods, either from a subclass of ComboBoxCell or in your own code.

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    This is now fixed in SVN. Change will go out in next release.

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    Thanks for pointing this issue out. This method should now exist as of beta 4.