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    Hi,

    We had the same problem. On investigation, we found that combobox with the problem had only 'id' and no 'name' attribute specified. Adding a 'name' attribute fixed the problem for us.



    xtype: 'combobox',
    id: 'comboBoxId',
    name: 'comboBoxName',

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    Quote Originally Posted by usernamenotinuse View Post
    We had the same problem. On investigation, we found that combobox with the problem had only 'id' and no 'name' attribute specified. Adding a 'name' attribute fixed the problem for us.
    Haha, that's crazy... fixed it for my problem combobox too!

    I'm guessing having a name has some bearing on the inputEl.... how odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usernamenotinuse View Post
    Hi,

    We had the same problem. On investigation, we found that combobox with the problem had only 'id' and no 'name' attribute specified. Adding a 'name' attribute fixed the problem for us.



    xtype: 'combobox',
    id: 'comboBoxId',
    name: 'comboBoxName',
    Same problem for me (IE8, IE9 in Quirks mode), I had "name" attribute and it work's fine.
    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by usernamenotinuse View Post
    Hi,

    We had the same problem. On investigation, we found that combobox with the problem had only 'id' and no 'name' attribute specified. Adding a 'name' attribute fixed the problem for us.



    xtype: 'combobox',
    id: 'comboBoxId',
    name: 'comboBoxName',
    it was very strange, with ie8 in localhost that's working, but with the dns in url that's not working !

    Great, thank, this help me. that's work fine now.

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    Default missing name property cause picker alignment issues ie7/ie8/ie9

    missing name property cause picker alignment issues ie7/ie8/ie9


    Thank you I was having the same problem it was driving me nuts.

    It happens in IE7/8/9 with or without doctype. Just adding the name property fixes the problem.

    Sencha please take note this problem exists in 4.0.7, please fix in Beta 3-4.
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    Nice one - saved my bacon.

    These little bugs really stick in my throat - app works then suddenly it doesn't - grrr

    Anyway, again, thanks for the hint about name!