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    Default setHeight() error when creating Ext.Image

    setHeight() error when creating Ext.Image


    Hello,
    I have a panel that I want to put an Ext.Image in. I've tried this:

    Code:
            {
              xtype: 'image',
              src: 'images/logo.png',         
              height: 300,
              width: 400
            },
    But I get this error:
    Code:
    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot call method 'setHeight' of undefined
    So I'm just using a panel and setting the 'html' config option for now. Has anyone else run into this problem? I'm using ST2.0-pr3

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    There is an open bug that has been fixed since PR3 for sizing issues with Ext.Img
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