Unanswered: Column headers and data in grid with vertical scroll bar are not aligned
I started looking at the GXT 3.0 yesterday, and am trying to see if this could be good to replace our "old" grids.
In general everything seems excellent and easy to use (so far), except for this one silly thing I can't get around.
My problem is that in a grid which has vertical scroll bar column headers are not aligned with data.
And this seems to be because the total width of all columns is extended by the width of the scroll bar. As scroll bar is visible only in the data part of the grid and not in header part - header part has some extension.
But column headers are aligned centrally so they start with left offset of half the width of scroll bar - thus misalignment.
But this is not the case in any of the examples on this site, from where I took the grid code.
If somebody could provide me with at least a clue, it would be great!
Using inline editing grid example, btw
I'm almost positive that grids handle scrolling automatically so it sounds like you might have a sizing issue. By default grids have a size of zero so you'll either need to size it or place it in a container that can size its children.
A quick test would be to put the grid in a Viewport and call RootPanel.get().add(Viewport). Just make sure you have enough data in your grid to scroll because Viewport, by default, will take up all the space in the browser's "viewing" area - i.e., where web pages are displayed.
Column Header included in scroll
I am facing an issue that vertical scroll bar is including the COLUMN HEADERS also.
Please let me know how to exclude Vertical Scrollbar from column header
@malathi, please do not hijack threads. please create a new thread for your specific issue. additionally, please include all relevant information as applicable (code snippets, screenshots, etc...).
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