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  1. Hi,

    I get the same exception from setting a very simple example, but I am trying to use GXT widgets, not pure GWT ones. Also, i use Jmock instead of EasyMock.

    Here is the simple JUnit4 test:
  2. Hi,

    we don't get the exception any more.

    Thanks a lot for the fix.
  3. Hi,

    Thanks for the fix.

    It's working better, i.e. I can check/uncheck checkboxes for a longer while, but I still get a null exception.

    I will post a summary here, and also will work on...
  4. Hi, after a few other tries, I did a search on BeforeSelect event and where it gets fired,

    so i did the following and it gets into the handler:

  5. Hi,

    I am getting some unwanted behavior for a EditorTreeGrid that seems to work just fine in hosted mode, but that fails in compiled mode.

    The EditorTreeGrid has a simple ColumnConfig that...
  6. Sorry for me not being more specific, when I wrote tree in the previous post, i meant the EditorTreeGrid. So, I add the listener to it, and still nothing happens.

    Earlier, I had tried this:

  7. Hi,

    Thank you for the fast response.

    Following that, I removed all the setEditor calls and I tried to add listeners for BeforeSelect, but the event is not fired.

    I tried something basic...
  8. Hi,

    I have an EditorTreeGrid with several columns containing checkboxes, and I am trying to disable the editing for a certain column, so far unsuccessfully.

    The columns look like this:
  9. Hi all,

    I have quite an issue with the TreePanel. I used to have a Tree, but when I replaced it with a TreePanel, selection on the leafs does not show up anymore.
    What happens is the following:...
  10. Hi,

    I am trying to render a tree back-ended by a Proxy that retrieves data asynchronously from the server, and then a grid that uses a MemoryProxy . The idea is for the Memory Proxy to use the...
  11. Hi,

    I am trying to render an EditorGrid, with a CheckColumnConfig column. The column gets rendered, checking works, but unchecking causes a null pointer exception with the following trace:
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