> In Firebug, I found that the outer DialogBox has its original
> (smaller) size, and that this part of it is centered correctly.
> However, the inner AbsolutePanel, which was sized much bigger than the
> DialogBox by my code, is aligned as if it were not resized, i. e. its
> left border equals the DialogBox left border, and its right border is
> out of the screen.
> After that I tried to resize the DialogBox itself, but this resulted
> in graphic errors, i. e. the corners of the DialogBox are disturbed...
> What can I do?
Why do you use an absolute panel inside a dialogbox the first place?
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