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    Good to hear all!

    Well JorisA, I started making the ux because I couldn't do the things I wanted with GroupingView. Though making this a plugin sounds like the correct way. Then it can be used with any view!

    Right now it seems like the ColumnModel is too weak and that the views of the grid does much of the ColumnModels work.. Well, in this ux any way.. Then again I'm new to this stuff..

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    Outstanding!!!!

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    The extension is now a plugin. This means that you can use any view you need on the grid (the extension was locked to GridView).

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    Smile Tnx ;)

    Tnx ;)


    neshaug nice work!

    Tnx for sharing!

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    Thanks a bunch Sergio and sfwalter.

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    Question ColumnTree

    ColumnTree


    Nice job! Thanks for sharing!

    But I need multi line headers to work with ColumnTree (http://yui-ext.com/forum/showthread....ght=ColumnTree)

    Any ideas?
    Alan

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    Hmm, that is a similar problem.. Haven't looked into it so I don't know right now. I'll try to take a look when I have time.

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    Question plugin/IE6

    plugin/IE6


    I could not get it work as a plugin, adding to the Config GridPanel:

    plugins: new Ext.ux.GroupHeaderGridView(forceFit (true)),

    Nothing happens.

    Furthermore, running as view "view: new Ext.ux.GroupHeaderGridView (forceFit (true))," the code works well in Firefox, but when I try to run in IE6, all columns header gets the same width ...

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    No, it will not work as a plugin/ux for the treepanel as it doesn't have any view.

    You should use this a plugin by the way, not as a extension any more.

    That means you should do plugins: new Ext.ux.plugins.GroupHeaderGrid()

    and then choose a view, like view: new Ext.grid.GridView({forceFit:true});

    I see the problem in IE 6.0, and the same problem is with IE 7.0. I will try to fix it today.

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    Exclamation almost solved....

    almost solved....


    It seems that "table-layout:fixed;" causes a strange problem in IE ... The following code in my css solved the "width problem"... (see ext-2.0/resources/css/grid.css)

    .ext-ie .x-grid3 table,.ext-safari .x-grid3 table {
    table-layout:auto;
    }

    But when the text length of column header exceeds the size of the column, the column width increases automatically ...