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  1. Howto do that for only several columns

    I only want some of the column headers to be shown vertically, how would I have to do that?

    update: I tried some things, got it working, only tested in FF:

    gave the grid a cls...
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    Super! Thanks a lot Mainegreen. Is it really...

    Super! Thanks a lot Mainegreen.
    Is it really necessary to try to destroy the iframe first? without that it also works..
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    Perhaps you added the option to the grid instead...

    Perhaps you added the option to the grid instead of the column?
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    in ExtJS 3.4.0 i used this: bbar: {...

    in ExtJS 3.4.0 i used this:

    bbar: {
    toolbarCls: 'x-toolbar-ct',
    cls: 'x-toolbar-ct-blue',
    items: [ .... ]
    }

    .x-toolbar-ct-blue {
    border-left:1px solid #99BBE8;
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    html editor still doesn't listen to the tab key

    I'm wondering if this is already built in ?
    the html editor still doesn't listen to the tab key ...

    I'm working with extjs 3.4.0
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    you can do it by giving width's for every column...

    you can do it by giving width's for every column and don't use autoExpandColumn
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    would be nice if you said how you fixed it...

    would be nice if you said how you fixed it...
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    missing cursor

    for me this worked:
    in the formpanel:
    autoScroll: true
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