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    Problem with disabled form elements in IE8


    Hi, I have two panels (form panels). The first has the config "hidden: false", the second "hidden: true". They have the same content (comboboxes and spinnerfields). When the page is rendered in IE 8 (only in IE), the disabled items of the first panel are shown correctly. This not happens when the second panel is shown (by the show() method). Its disabled items are not displayed in the right way (the buttons disappear or the fields disappear). Is it a bug of ExtJs??? Someone can help me please?
    Excuse me for my bad english...

    thanks in advance...

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    Can someone answer to my question please???

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    I'm not sure if you should call it a bug in Ext, because it's caused by a bug in IE.

    Have you tried configuring the second panel with hideMode:'offsets'?

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    Yes, I did...but it's the same...I solved the problem by hiding the panels after the render (using the hide() method)...it's ok but it's not the best solution. Do you know a better method to solve this bug (of IE )?

    thanks, Gianluca.

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    I have the same problem.

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    try to add next css rule
    .x-item-disabled {
    width:auto !important;
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