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    Default Answered: Is it possible to render two children using the fit layout?

    Just wondering...

  2. hi jay,

    a nice test question

    as you already know, fit is only designed to fit a single item. In case you want to use 2-x, you will go for the hbox or vbox layout and use fit inside of each container.


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    hi jay,

    a nice test question

    as you already know, fit is only designed to fit a single item. In case you want to use 2-x, you will go for the hbox or vbox layout and use fit inside of each container.


    best regards
    tobi
    Best regards
    Tobias Uhlig

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    Thanks Tobi. I forgot how that worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgarcia@tdg-i.com View Post
    Thanks Tobi. I forgot how that worked.
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    negative. Was trying to test out the new Q&A

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