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    a very nice example!!
    tks for your code!
    i will study it
    1. Watch the example, get the effect I want.
    2. Read the API:document, study the components & relation of Ext-js Class.
    3. Try every codes I can image based on my knowledge of Ext-js
    4. Post readable for seeking HELP.

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    Problem with the resizer


    Hi fangzhouxing,

    Thanks for the nice example there... was very useful inspiration for what I needed to do...

    I wanted to note though that I found a problem (maybe in ext library) that may be related to the use of the Ext.Resizable in the the Portlet class.

    You can look at the post I made in this thread:
    http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=37440

    I was wondering if it really is a bug in ext or if the creation of a resizable in the onRender is good practice... I wanted to hear what you thought about it...

    Did you try creating in the resizer in the constructor of the class instead of on render? Would it work?

    The problem I have is because it creates a proxy div next to the portlet div itself and thus conflict with the way the ContainerLayout renders the elements inside it...

    Anyway, would appreciate your comments on it?

    Thanks
    Seb

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    Just wanted to say that after discussing with the Ext team(http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=37440), they have made a fix for it... So people using the code from this thread may be interested to know about it...

    Seb

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    Your zip is an invalid archive, please repost.

    Quote Originally Posted by fangzhouxing View Post
    The code is in attached file, put it in examples dir like this:
    ...ext-2.0\examples\portal
    ...ext-2.0\examples\portal2

    Tested only in ExtJS 2.0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fangzhouxing View Post
    The code is in attached file, put it in examples dir like this:
    ...ext-2.0\examples\portal
    ...ext-2.0\examples\portal2

    Tested only in ExtJS 2.0.

    Hi fangzhouxing
    how can I open your file to see your code, I use editplus i can only see the messed code.

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    I have a strange behaviour with your implementation..the state save just the order of the portlets and not the real position..is it possible?In fact if I left an empty column it will be filled with a portlet after the refresh..And if I render all the portlets and let the last one(the single one on the second row) on the last column it will be shown in the first one after the refresh..
    I will have a look,any helps is really appreciated!

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