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    Question Which container to use to subdivide a form with HBox and VBox?

    Hello! I want to make a FormPanel with several rows, in every row there should be some formfields. The form should be flexible in horizontal size (the formfields should resize and fill the whole width of the FormPanel when it's resized), so I guess using VBoxes as rows and inside them HBoxes is the right way to do it (is it??!?)

    My Q: What container should I use to put my rows inside? Ext.panel.Panel, Ext.container.Container or Ext.container.Container any other thing? The container should be invisible, so no special appearance is needed.

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    Default column layout

    use Ext.panel with column layout.


    example:

    {
    xtype: "panel",
    layout: "column",
    border: false,
    bodyStyle: "padding: 5px 5px 0;",
    items: [{
    columnWidth: .50,
    xtype: 'form',
    border: false,
    width: 370,
    height: 70,
    items: [{
    xtype: 'textfield',
    id: "bidNameTxt",
    fieldLabel: "Bid Name",
    maxLength: 250,
    labelWidth: 75,
    width: 310,
    enableKeyEvents: true,
    listeners:{
    scope: this,
    'keyup': function(src, evt){
    task.delay(500);
    }
    }
    },
    {
    xtype: 'combo',
    id: "cmbFolder",
    labelWidth: 75,
    fieldLabel: "Bid Group",
    store: bidFolderStore,
    forceSelection: true,
    typeAhead: true,
    triggerAction: 'all',
    editable: false,
    queryMode: 'local',
    displayField: 'folder',
    valueField: 'id'
    },
    {
    xtype: "panel",
    border: false,
    header: false,
    height: 20,
    style: "width: 100%;",
    items: {
    id: "messageLbl",
    xtype: "label",
    style: "width: 100%;"
    }
    }]
    },
    {

    columnWidth: .40,
    xtype: "panel",
    id: "bidStatusPnl",
    layout: 'column',
    border: false,
    header: false,
    items:[{
    xtype: 'label',
    id: 'iconLbl',
    cls: "iconStatus",
    border: false,
    html: '<img src="images/active.png" title="Active" class="imgMargin">'
    }, {
    xtype: 'label',
    id: 'statusLbl',
    cls: "bidStatusPnl",
    html: '<span class="activeText">Active</span>'
    },
    {
    xtype: 'button',
    text: "Clone Bid",
    id: "cloneBtn",
    width: 60,
    listeners: {
    "click":function()
    {
    //window.location = Ext.jmc.common.paths.get("AddBid")+ "?BidNameClone="+ escape(Ext.getCmp("bidNameTxt").getValue()) ;
    }
    }
    }]
    }]

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    your form.Panel should use Containers to your columns/rows
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