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    Hello! I had a task to make gridtable thus as on a picture.

    groupGrid.jpg

    Prompt to me please through what it is better for implementing, can already be exists that that ready what that plugin, whether I and haven't understood can be made it through Ext.grid. GroupingView

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    Do you still need to be able to select single cells or could 0.42 and $83.81 be the same cell?

    That would be really easy to do:
    Just write a renderer that renders the two values separated by a <br/> (and the same for the header).

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    Different cells, with sorting possibility

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    That would mean a major modification of GridView (lot of work).

    ListView can actually do this if you configure it with maxColumnWidth:200.

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