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    Salutations.

    I'm having problem with setting a grid. I want to place one column in the grid that fits the full width, with its header hidden. Using autoExpandColumn works fine, but when calling setHideHeaders(true), the column is just several px wide. Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug?

    Any comments highly appreciable.

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    I just tested it and i cannot brake it. Can you please post a fully working testcase that implements EntryPoint and shows your problem?

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    an appropiate setup of (all) components is urgent/needet. figuring out, what method to call on what object is a bit tricky sometimes.

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    Thank you for your quick answers.

    No doubt about that. In the meantime I realized that I use outdated jar - 2.1.1 instead of 2.2.0. I will try to update it and see if the problem still occurs. If so, I will prepare a testcase.

    Btw, here is the code, if it is my fault, one might point out what's wrong:

    Code:
    			List<ColumnConfig> configs = new ArrayList<ColumnConfig>(); 
    			ColumnConfig column = new ColumnConfig();
    			column.setId(fieldName);
    			column.setHeader(header); 
    			column.setWidth(this.getWidth());
    			TextField<String> field = new TextField<String>();
    			column.setEditor(new CellEditor(field));
    			configs.add(column);
    			
    			ColumnModel cm = new ColumnModel(configs);
    			store.setMonitorChanges(true);
    			EditorGrid<ModelData> grid = new EditorGrid<ModelData>(store, cm);
    			grid.setId(listFieldName);
    			grid.setAutoHeight(true);
    			grid.setAutoExpandColumn(fieldName);
    			grid.setHideHeaders(true);
    			grid.setBorders(false);

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    You are not setting a width to your grid (maybe you container is doing it through an layout?). This can already be the problem.

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    Thanks for your suggestion. Indeed, the grid's width is not set explicitly, however setting it doesn't help. Any more ideas before I'm forced to make the testcase, anybody?

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    You should try to create a testcase. Most times this is the most timesaving thing you can think of.

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