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    Default Unanswered: Change the row height of grid in Extjs Razor

    Iam having terrrible problem with Extjs Razor. I cant change the rows height. Default row height is pretty wide I dont know why. I tried to add css but it didnt help.In examples on sencha I see that every gridpanel have a normal row height(wrapped to the content). How I can make my rows height the same as in examples?
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    Not sure what Extjs Razor is, may be issue with that.

    Looking at the var-height-rows example it does this in a column that produces variable hieghts:

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                    renderer: function(v, meta, record) {
                        meta.tdAttr = 'style="vertical-align:center;height:' + record.data.rowHeight + 'px"';
                        return this.callParent(arguments);
                    }
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