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    This may be a very newbie question but I was not able to find a clear answer in the docs and forum... Can you hide the fieldset border? Thanks.

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    Duh! style: 'border-width: 0px'

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    This may be a very newbie question but I was not able to find a clear answer in the docs and forum... Can you hide the fieldset border? Thanks.

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    You can define your own .x-fieldset class.

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    I will definitely keep this in mind. Thanks.

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    You can define your own .x-fieldset class.

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    Why use a Fieldset then? Just use a Container!?

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