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i am facing issues when displaying a gxt window in my sample gwt application.

1. window is not displaying on the whole viewport. I see scroll bars at the bottom and side. i would like the window placed on top of them when maximised.
2. i have tow frames in my html page. when i try to display the window, it is displaying in only one frame. I would like to display on top of both the frames.

can anyone please let me know on how to solve this issue.

thanks...
 
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1) The scrollbars would automatically appear when the content is bigger than the available browser window. Try setting border width to 1 on your outermost widget to see how much are your content is actually taking
2) Have you set the widths of the frames? Do the frames have any content?
 
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i mean to say that when the gwt window is displayed, the scrollbars that are on html page still has control. The information provided in the followind url served my purpose to some extent.
http://www.examples.roughian.com/#Tutorials~Panel_Fade

Now since i have two frames which has content in both. i would like the window to be displayed above the two frames but when maxmised should occupy the whole view port.

could please give me your suggestions in this regard?
 
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Like I mentioned in my first reply, please check your private messages. Please note it is not optional.
 
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i have actually updated my profile. I dont know why it is not showing up.

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