FF has a problem using absolute mode with <input> and resize. When
your problem is just an extension of this bug, there is a fix
On 31 Mai, 06:27, kirtcathey <kirtcat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All. Back again. I have nailed this problem down to a rich text
> editor resize problem in Firefox. Other browsers work okay, but not
> great... very jerky. Any other widget resizes. I am now looking at the
> possible solutions with TinyMCE or just using something rolled with
> HTML5 as a rich text editor.
> On May 2, 12:39 am, kozura <koz...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > As much as it tries to abstract, GWT is still bound underneath to html
> > elements and thus you must tinker with styling/CSS to get layout
> > right. And unlike most layout systems out there, there is no great
> > child-type independent layout containers that work perfectly.
> > LayoutPanels try, but still not perfect. Myself not coming into GWT
> > as a CSS expert, I recommend using Firebug and a willingness to dicker
> > with the different elements styling with "height:100%" or whatnot to
> > figure out exactly what's needed to get the correct layout and
> > repositioning/resizing action.
> > Also, be sure you are following everything here:http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/doc/latest/DevGuideUiPanels.html#La...,
> > standard html mode, rootlayoutpanel to hold the SplitLayoutPanel or
> > explicit sizing of it, etc.
> > For #2, this is more the responsibility of your tomcat/jetty engine,
> > which have the tools for dealing with this.
> > Dunno what you're trying to do in #3, if you clear a listbox and
> > repopulate it with new data, the new data should show up just fine?
> > On Apr 30, 2:59 am, kirtcathey <kirtcat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi All.
> > > Relatively new to GWT, but have given it about a 20,000 line test
> > > drive and .... oh, yeah.... I like. I like :-))
> > > Just got all working on a hosting service a couple nights ago and am
> > > impressed with performance as well.
> > > A couple of questions .... (will update the post if I find the answer
> > > before response)
> > > 1) In my application I am implementing a splitlayoutpanel with two
> > > rich text editors - one in the NORTH panel and one in the CENTER panel
> > > (top and bottom). When the vertical adjustment slides up, I would
> > > like to anchor the bottom of the rich text editor to the bottom and of
> > > the CENTER split layout panel, and vice versa for the rich text editor
> > > that is in the NORTH panel. In other languages, there is usually a
> > > 'bind' or 'anchor' command on such sliders.
> > > I looked high and low for examples of resize, but found very little.
> > > If there is explanatory code, please send a link.
> > > 2) Is there a way with Java servlets to gauge the amount of sessions
> > > being served on a JVM - trying to setup a poor man's load balancer.
> > > 3) I cannot get any of my list boxes to refresh. I call
> > > projectListBox.clear(); and that seems to work, but the data that
> > > comes back up on the list boxes are the same. Is there a way to do
> > > this efficiently?
> > > Thank you.
> > > Kirt Cathey
> > > sysrisk.com
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