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    Non-resizeable grid columns still show resize cursor


    Not much to say about it beyond the title. Even if I set grid.enableColumnResize = false, the .x-grid-split CSS class still has cursor: col-resize.

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    For a related bug, you can also still double-click on the divider and have the column auto-size. I think this can be fixed by moving "this.mainHd.on("dblclick", this.handleSplitDblClick, this, {delegate: "."+this.splitClass});" and "this.lockedHd.on("dblclick", this.handleSplitDblClick, this, {delegate: "."+this.splitClass});" in GridView.js around line 1230 to inside "if(this.grid.enableColumnResize !== false){".

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    Both these are fixed in the trunk.
    Jack Slocum
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    Excellent, thanks.

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