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  1. Thanks! - that did the trick.

    I had console.log statements in the controller. I've removed them all for now.

    I did not realize that IE was going to be such a PITB or I would've tested more...
  2. I'd checked the post by friend as "best answer" but I acted too soon.

    When I added the autoCreateViewport: true as suggested, I did not notice that I had previously commented out my controllers...
  3. Thanks friend - I did a quick test and the viewport came up right away. It's odd to me that this works fine in Firefox but not IE (but in IE if the debugger has been opened), but I guess that's just...
  4. I don't have any connection between my standalone dev environment and this machine with internet access so I've retyped (in Notepad-ugh) the pertinent parts of my code. Hopefully from this you’ll see...
  5. I am using Ext JS 4.0.7.
    Everything works in Firefox. Everything works in IE9 if I have the debug window open, or if I open it and close it.
    But without having opened the debug window, neither my...
  6. I was making this (scrolling to the bottom) way harder than it actually was.

    using myTextArea.getEl().scroll("bottom", <very high number here>) worked.

    I still can't get...
  7. Hi Scott,

    I can't get selectText to work at all either.

    Can you point me to an example that uses selectText? I've looked everywhere I can think of to look and I can't find an example. When...
  8. I've googled and searched the Sencha forums and read all the documents that I can, but I can not find a way to programatically scroll a TextArea. I've tried so many different things that looked...
  9. I will move this to the discussion forum.
  10. I've googled and searched the Sencha forums and read all the documents that I can, but I can not find a way to programatically scroll a TextArea. I've tried so many different things that looked like...
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