Hey,
I am wondering if setData has changed at all, as calling setData on a tpl-powered panel no longer renders out the data passed in.

However, I notice that calling getData() afterwards displays the same passed-in data no problem, in the same format. The parent object contains nothing within items when I called a console.log().

Below is a chunk of the code that's dealing with these elements.

View:
Code:
var myTpl = new Ext.XTemplate(
    '<div id="scroller" style="width:100%;">' +
         '<tpl for=".">' +
         '<div class="list-item bethistory-item" id="h{index}">' +
             '<p class="name">{name} {handicap}</p>' +
             '<tpl if="legs.length &gt; 1">' +
                 '<p class="more">plus {legs.length-1} more selection</p>' +
             '</tpl>' +
             '<tpl if="status == \'active\'">' +
                 '<p>Output {output}</p>' +
             '</tpl>' +
             '<tpl if="status == \'pending\'">' +
                 '<p>Potential Output {output}</p>' +
             '</tpl>' +
         '</div>' +
         '</tpl>' +
     '</div>'
);


[...]
{
    xtype: 'panel',
    id: 'historylist',
    scrollable: 'vertical',
    layout: 'vbox',
    items: [
        {
            xtype: 'panel',
            tpl: myTpl,
            id: 'historylistcontent',
            layout: 'fit',
            scrollable: false,
        },
        {
            xtype: 'panel',
            cls: 'loadmore-wrap',
            id: 'loadmorebutton',
            html: '<span class="black_square_button more_button" id="load-more">Load More</span>'
        }
    ]
},
Controller:
Code:
// Within the references of the Controller's config:
            historyListContent: {
                selector: '#historylistcontent',
            },
[...]
         listContent =    this.getHistoryListContent(),
[...]
        console.log(data);                 // This outputs the data as an array of objects.
        listContent.setData(data);            // Call setData and push data into panel.
        console.log(listContent.getData());     // The same array objects as above
        console.log(listContent);             // Nothing within 'items', listContent is still empty?
[...]