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    Hello,

    I am trying to build a grid using GXT 3.0.0 as the BasicGrid example provided by Sencha. However, I have spent a while to figure out why my header doesn't get a modern and clean CSS style. Do you have any clues in order to solve this problem?

    I do inherit the com.sencha.gxt.ui.GXT and add the reset.css file in my project.

    Code:
        protected void buildGrid() {
            final ColumnModel<AlertDto> cm = new ColumnModel<AlertDto>(buildColumnConfig());        
            store = new ListStore<AlertDto>(props.id());        
            grid = new Grid<AlertDto>(store, cm, new GridView<AlertDto>());
            grid.setBorders(true);
            grid.getView().setAutoFill(true);
            grid.getView().setStripeRows(true);
            grid.setAllowTextSelection(false);
            this.setHeaderVisible(false);
            this.add(this.grid); // added to a ContentPanel
        }
    Thank you for your help,
    Thomas

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    It's very difficult to understand what exact problem you're noticing. Does the example you linked have the styling you expect? If not, how does it differ? Consider adding a screenshot if that will make it clearer how your case differs from that in the Explorer.

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    Hi,

    Thank you for your quick reply. Here are two screenshots showing the difference. FYI, I am trying to run GXT 2.X and 3.X simultaneously. The first screenshot shows a grid implemented with GXT 2.X. The second one shows a GXT 3.X grid

    1) With a nice CSS style for the header :
    withCSS.jpg

    2) Without CSS style on the header :
    (Firebug doesn't link the CSS style of this header to a usual css file)
    noCSS.jpg


    Problem
    I was expected to get the normal Blue style as in your example. I do think I will get this problem with the other widgets. Moreover, I also got the same problem when I tried to use the GridView(GridView.GridAppearance appearance) constructor. Finally, I don't get a scrollbar (but the source of this problem is probably different)

    I get some warnings from the compilation process as defined on this thread. Different problems were detected while invoking the InlineClientBundleGenerator. But I don't know if that can be related to my CSS problem.

    I hope I have been clearer.
    Thank you,
    Thomas

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    Hello,

    I have built a new little application from scratch using GXT 3.0.0 only. I do have still the same problem : strange CSS default look on the grid header (not the clean and modern blue style). I got the same warnings during the compilation process.
    There are no worries with other widgets.

    Your help will be highly appreciated.
    Regards,
    Thomas

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