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    ContentPanel fitToFrame on "center" region


    Hi,

    I have a simple north/west/center layout (all of them have fitToFrame:true) and both the north and west region divs are stretched to fit the frame, but the 'content' div is not.

    Is fitToFrame: true ignored for the "center" region? Here's the code snippet:
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    layout.add( 'center', new YAHOO.ext.ContentPanel( 'content' ), {fitToFrame:true} );
    TIA.

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    layout.add( 'center', new YAHOO.ext.ContentPanel( 'content' ), {fitToFrame:true} ) );

    Notice I moved the paren.

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    Damn, I'm retarded :) Jack, thank you for pointing that out - it of course works after I made that change.

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