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Auto Sizing EXTJS columns.

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Hi Ranchers,

I am new to EXT JS.

I have a grid which contains 10 to 20 columns of whose headers contain text bigger then the column width and such text end with ... and then I have to manually drag the border to right to view the entire header text.

I which to resize each column header to contain the entire text without having to drag maully and without wrapping the text to newline. I tried .x-column-header-inner{ white-space: nowrap}, .x-column-header-inner{ auto-resize:true}, .x-column-header-inner{ auto-size:true} but none of the three worked.

So Please help me achieve the same.

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I thought, It would help to you.

Ext JS docs says:

Setting Sizes
The columns are laid out by a Ext.layout.container.HBox layout, so a column can either be given an explicit width value or a flex configuration. If no width is specified the grid will automatically the size the column to 100px. For column groups, the size is calculated by measuring the width of the child columns, so a width option should not be specified in that case.

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