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    Default Issue with Ext JS 4.1 b1, b2 in Google Chrome 18

    Issue with Ext JS 4.1 b1, b2 in Google Chrome 18


    18.0.1017.2 dev-m


    Whether I run ext js 4.1 beta 1 or 2 locally or run the examples right from the Sencha website chart labels and legends are messed up only in Google Chrome 18.0.1017.2 dev-m or Canary 18.0.1019.1 :


    Resize pie chart window ---- slice labels move to crazy orientation
    no text in chart legend


    No errors reported in debug console.

    Works fine in IE & FF


    Any one seen this ?

    1) load chart ---- looks good
    ch1.jpg

    2) Resize and labels are bad
    ch2.jpg

    3) Load this chart and no legend labels

    ch3.jpg

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    Forgot to mention, I disabled all extensions, and no difference.

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    I've noticed the same thing. My chrome version is
    18.0.1025.7 dev-m

    It appears that the labels are not being positioned correctly.

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    The stable version is OK, dev & canary don't work

    I've noticed that most of my webgl code only works in stable.

    Guess this is one for chrome

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    I saw that too, personally don't see any point in trying to support dev-channel/nightly builds or other than 'final' versions. 'Normal' users won't be sitting on the dev-channel anyway, and if they are they are aware of the extra turbulence on such releases.

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    Chrome Beta channel is having this issue too (18.0.1025.11 beta-m).

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    Supporting 3 or 6 browsers is enough work, let alone versions of each.

    I was just surprised they Google let this out the door, and as usual are not responding to the community, but they have to keep the stable version stable.

    I am not surprised that beta code on a dev channel browser has a few issues.

    I just thought that windows 7 might have whacked the registry and it was my issue.
    I did do several chrome uninstall/reinstall and last known good reboot before crying wolf.

    Thanks for not shooting the messenger

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    In current beta, dev and canary channels of Google Chrome my ExtJS 4.1b2 application breaks in a various places (it's a viewport+tabpanel+bunch of border layouts): width is set to 0px on most of the elements.

    It works perfect in Google Chrome Stable.

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    Looks like this was mentioned in the Chrome issue tracker as well; I went ahead and added some info to that report. Hopefully this combination doesn't make it into Chrome stable.

    http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=111345

    Edit: my stuff is the 1st comment; OP didn't fully fill out the report.
    Last edited by jmitchell.br; 21 Feb 2012 at 11:50 AM. Reason: To clarify that the original bug report wasn't mine :)

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    Unfortunately I just upgraded to the stable version of Chrome 18 this morning and all labels of all my charts are pretty messed up.

    I suspect something with SVG is going wrong..