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    Default Zimlet userProperties width of textarea

    I would like to use userProperties to let users enter data in a textarea.

    Defining that is easy:
    <userProperties>
    <property type="string" label="Trusted public keys" name="zimbra_openpgp_pubkeys" rows="20"/>
    </userProperties>


    Is it possible to define the WIDTH and HEIGHT of the string (textarea) that is displayed to the end user? Because now it is
    to small for nice overview. See attachment.

    Anyone? Please let me know thanks,


    Barry
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    Turns out, it is actually easy: <includeCSS>tk_barrydegraaff_zimbra_openpgp.css</includeCSS> and in the css : .DwtInputField{ width: 500px;}

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