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    I'm still having a problem with FieldSet in both Chrome and Firefox. Here's the code:
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          FieldSet fs = new FieldSet();      fs.setHeadingText("Test");
          fs.add(new TextArea(), new MarginData(10));
          com.sencha.gxt.widget.core.client.Window w = new com.sencha.gxt.widget.core.client.Window();
          w.add(fs);
          w.setPixelSize(400, 400);
          w.show();
    The text area should take up the entire fieldset size, but it takes up only two lines on top. Same thing happens when I add a button instead of a text area. It almost looks like it's adding a child and allowing the child to choose its own height instead of sizing the child to take up all the available space, like a SimpleContainer would do.

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    Thanks!

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    Is it possible that we're missing the following in the onResize() method in FieldSet?
    Code:
    getContainerTarget().setHeight(height - getElement().getFrameWidth(Side.TOP, Side.BOTTOM));
    Is there a reason to only set the width and not the height of the container target?