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    getting onBrowserEvent called?


    I have a subclass of DataView that calls sinkEvents(Event.ONCLICK) in its constructor, and I get the onBrowserEvent calls as expected.

    But I tried the same technique with a subclass of HtmlContainer, and I don't get the onBrowserEvent method calls. Same is true for subclasses of LayoutContainer, and others.

    Why does it work in a DataView subclass but not others?

    How can I get the browser events on other classes? I'm sure I'm missing something.

    Rob

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    For now I've gone back to the GWT HTML widget, which does the right thing with browser events. But I would prefer to use the Gxt version if I could understand what the issue is.

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    I am not sure this will help... if you provide source to illustrate what you're saying.. but I noticed you are using Event.ONCLICK and listening for onBrowserEvent calls....

    Could you try using the following (note the 's' on Event class... which is the GXT event class)
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    sinkEvents(Events.OnClick)
    widget.addListener(Events.OnClick, new Listener<ComponentEvent>() { .... }

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