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    Gxt-all.css with upgrade to 3.x from 2.x


    We upgraded from gxt 2.2.0 to gx 3.0.1. We are still including gxt-all.css will that cause us issues? Also, I am not fully understand what to change as a replacement for the upgrade.

    I see these articles:
    http://www.sencha.com/blog/migrating-styles-and-themes-from-ext-gwt-2-to-gxt

    http://www.sencha.com/blog/migrating-styles-and-themes-from-ext-gwt-2-to-gxt

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    If you are using GXT 2, then you still must have gxt-all.css. Otherwise, it is not required, GXT 3 has almost all of its css built in to it automatically, and it is loaded as needed. The only exception is the reset.css file, which is still generated automatically, but you must reference it from your html page or in your module. Please see the setup.txt file in the GXT download zip, or check out http://docs.sencha.com/gxt-guides/3/...Started_3.html for more details.

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