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    Default Hiding column headers

    I am using the explorerView and was just wondering if anyone has tried to hide and show the headers depending on what view it is in. For example, I am trying to hide the column headers when in the icon views but show the headers when in the details view. Anyone have any suggestions?

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    Default Using ExplorerView 3.0 Version Compatible With Ext 2.2

    go here to download the 3.0 Version
    http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?p=346841

    change the code below taged.

    Code:
    updateAllColumnWidths : function(){
            ...
                // compatible with Ext 2.2
    	    //this.innerHd.firstChild.style.width = this.getOffsetWidth();
    	    this.innerHd.firstChild.style.width = (this.cm.getTotalWidth() + this.scrollOffset) + 'px';
            ...
    },
    updateColumnWidth : function(col, width){
            ...
                // compatible with Ext 2.2
    	    //this.innerHd.firstChild.style.width = this.getOffsetWidth();
    	    this.innerHd.firstChild.style.width = (this.cm.getTotalWidth() + this.scrollOffset) + 'px';
            ...
    },
        
    updateColumnHidden : function(col, hidden){
        	...
                // compatible with Ext 2.2
    	    //this.innerHd.firstChild.style.width = this.getOffsetWidth();
    	    this.innerHd.firstChild.style.width = (this.cm.getTotalWidth() + this.scrollOffset) + 'px';
            ...
    }
    hope this code help some one like me (using Ext 2.2)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy433 View Post
    I am using the explorerView and was just wondering if anyone has tried to hide and show the headers depending on what view it is in. For example, I am trying to hide the column headers when in the icon views but show the headers when in the details view. Anyone have any suggestions?
    in example, add in "changeView" function:
    Code:
    showHeaders = ...
    grid.getView().mainHd.setDisplayed(showHeaders)

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    Hi...!

    I just wanted to ask if possible to have this kind of panel included as part of the extjs itself? I mean I am using it extensively and I am afraid that with each version update this extension breaks here and there...!

    Thanks
    Mihai

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