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conceptual hurdle

asked 2006-03-10 14:43:08 +0800

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By: nobody

hi all.
i'm really having difficulty understanding the mechanics of the grid element.
can someone please explain why the following does not give equal-width columns, and in general, achieving equal-width columns regardless of the actual individual column content width. thanks very much.

<window title="Test Grid">
<grid>
<columns width="120px">
<column label="u"/>
<column label="stk"/>
<column label="e77777"/>
</columns>
</grid>
</window>


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answered 2006-03-10 15:07:18 +0800

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By: tomyeh

You have to assign width to each column.
Columns like TR only aggregates column.

If you cannot find enough info from document, you could take a look at source codes. Especially, the template to generate HTML tags. They are located under zul/src/archive/web/zul/html/*.dsp
They are easy to understand.


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