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    Hi. I'm using a TreePanel to create a tree of effectively folders, as I want each node in my hierarchy to be able to own other tree nodes. While this works fine if each node sets "leaf:false" it does mean that empty folders still show the 'open' arrow. Is there a way to hide this arrow for an empty folder? I still want to be able to drag folders into this folder, but it looks a bit silly if the user tries to open an empty folder.

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    Nick Brook

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    Configure your empty folder with expanded:true (and loaded:true if it's an AsyncTreeNode).

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    Nope. If I add expanded:true or loaded:true (or both) it forces the node to be displayed as a leaf, even though i've specified leaf:false
    Basically I want everything to be displayed as a folder, but for empty folders to have no open/close icon

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    Is this problem already fixed?

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