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    Constrain Window to Container


    I am not able to constrain a window to a container. I know this was brought up in the past with GXT 1.x (http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=63487) but I believe this was going to be a part of 2.X but I could be mistaken. I thought Window.setConstrain(true) would do it but that's not working.

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    Any info on this? This functionality is critical to making my application meet requirements. I will implement a work around if need be but I believe this should be part of 2.0.

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    @gxt devlopers, any updates on that? Can we expect this functionality in 2.0?

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    try this

    Code:
    @Override
    	protected void onRender(Element el, int pos) {
    		super.onRender(el, pos);
    		
    		// confine dragging to container element bounds
    		getDraggable().setContainer( (Component) getParent() );
    	}

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    Thanks. I did implement a solution but it's not perfect. I am having issues when a user repositions a separator when using BorderLayout so I am still working out some kinks. I think something like this should be part of the framework. By the way, what is Window.setContrain() used for if not to constrain that window to a Viewport?

    Thanks,
    Steve

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    that's used if you're creating a dashboard style application so that the Window will stay inside the dashboard interface

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