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What is the default layout of the GWT root panel?

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I'm just wondering what the default layout is of the Google Web Toolkit's RootPanel?

It looks like a HorizontalPanel, but I'm thinking that it might actually be a FlowPanel. I think FlowPanel was the default in awt Java applications?

Any insights?

-Cameron McKenzie

* The panel to which all other widgets must ultimately be added. RootPanels are
* never created directly. Rather, they are accessed via {@link RootPanel#get()}
public class RootPanel extends AbsolutePanel {

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