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    Something is broken in the render engine of 311: width isn't respected in toolbar


    Width isn't respected when component is in toolbar:

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    The render engine has not changed.

    Does the interface look the same in the browser? Could we see the code generated for that specific class?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aconran View Post
    The render engine has not changed.
    Does the interface look the same in the browser? Could we see the code generated for that specific class?
    I found what happened:

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    Designer added "flex" property to field descendants in toolbars.

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    Were these added to a Container with layout of hbox/vbox at one time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aconran View Post
    Were these added to a Container with layout of hbox/vbox at one time?
    Mmmm....

    Those components were added directly to the toolbar, toolbar is inside a panel and that panel has hbox layoout inside a container with hbox layout.

    Following your thoughts, I just did a test:
    1. new form panel
    2.-set layout to hbox
    3. add a toolbar
    4. add a custom combo box.

    Result:
    toolbar.flex = 1
    combobox.flex = not assigned

    Weird...

    But I'm sure that those components didn't have flex property, I been working this application since Wednesday...

    Anyway, my concern now is in the "TypeError" problem...

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