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    Default show radio group on one row

    show radio group on one row


    I have a FormPanel with a single field set, standard right aligned labels, mostly text boxes, but I need one small radio group, and I have it added, but I can't get it on a single row, it puts each radio button on a row. I realize this is standard op, so I know I need to pass in an html template snippet or something to make them line up on one row, can someone point in the right direction?

    Brian

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    'table' layout is the option for that. Define layout for the fieldset and put the radio buttons in a FieldSet.

    items: [new Ext.form.FieldSet({
    title: 'Gender',
    layout: 'table',
    layoutConfig:{
    colspan: 2
    },
    height: 60,
    items: [new Ext.form.Radio({
    boxLabel: 'Male',
    checked: 'true',
    id: 'rad1',
    value: 'Male',
    width: 100,
    name: 'radioGroup'
    }), new Ext.form.Radio({
    boxLabel: 'Female',
    id: 'rad2',
    value: 'Female',
    width: 100,
    name: 'radioGroup'
    })]
    })]

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    Table works. You can also define a column layout that contains the radio buttons as well. There's examples of columns in the form examples in the docs.
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