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Problems with click/touch events in GWT mobile using UiBinder

 
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I've been working on finding a multi-platform mobile solution for an application I have been writing. Looking into GWT, it looked like it with phonegap would work out for everything that I needed. Unfortunately I am hitting some (hopefully) small problems with the initial learning curve.

I am trying to use GWT's UiBinder to setup my GUIs so I can have better separation between code and layout. The problem is, when I added the HeaderPanel to my layout, it manages to prevent me from clicking any of the other components. If I remove it again, everything else seems to function normally. Does anyone know what could cause this? Is it just because I am trying to use components from multiple libraries? I'm hoping this is just something trivial that I can mark up to my inexperience with GWT. Any guidance would greatly help me from pulling any additional hair out.

Here is my ui.xml file:


 
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