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    Hi,

    We have a locked column with 0px width ( { locked : true, width: 0}) which was working correctly in RC1. However, after we upgraded to RC2, we see the following:
    Width0.png

    notice the phantom column width between "Budget" and the "Test User" column.

    However if I update the config width to 1 ( { locked : true, width: 1}), I then get this: Width1.png

    which is a lot better but still got that annoy 1 pixel border between Budget and Test User.

    Any idea on why the phantom width is there?

    Thanks!
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    Why is the column at zero? Why not just hide it then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Why is the column at zero? Why not just hide it then?
    we could. however, width is actually assigned to a variable which can be any integer 0 or above.

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