Interestingly if the tree component has its own style unique to the component
I think it will or could override a css style applied for the page even
matching classes.

Perhaps you can also try on the component:

@Override
public void onComponentTag(ComponentTag tag){
   super.onComponentTag();
   tag.put("style", "white-space: nowrap;width: 60em;overflow: auto;margin:
10px;line-height: 1.5em; ");
}


The above is from memory but it should work... just put it inside the tree
component ie:
Tree tree = new Tree(...){
    @Override public void onComponentTag(...){...}
};

I hope this helps, it will certainly narrow down the problem I think....

Matthew
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