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    Hello everyone,

    In the Tree<T> widget we have the following 2 methods: findNode(Element e) and findNode(T model), while in TreeGrid<T> we only have findNode(Element e). Unfortunately, I need the findNode(T model) behaviour in a TreeGrid widget . Is there any way to do this? If not, any plans to implement findNode(T model) in the near future?

  2. The method is there in TreeGrid, but its protected.

    The easiest and fastest solution for now is to extend TreeGrid and make it public. I will look into doing this change too to be in common with the Tree API.

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    The method is there in TreeGrid, but its protected.

    The easiest and fastest solution for now is to extend TreeGrid and make it public. I will look into doing this change too to be in common with the Tree API.

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