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    Custom header for Ext.panel.Panel


    Hi!
    Is it possible to create custom header for Ext.panel.Panel (I mean to extend Ext.panel.Header and then use that header in my panel)?
    If it is possible then how can I do it?
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    It's undocumented as we don't really want you to but you can specify a component instance as the header property on the panel. Here is the default way the Ext.panel.Header is created for reference:

    Code:
                    me.header = new Ext.panel.Header({
                        title       : title,
                        orientation : (me.headerPosition == 'left' || me.headerPosition == 'right') ? 'vertical' : 'horizontal',
                        dock        : me.headerPosition || 'top',
                        textCls     : me.headerTextCls,
                        iconCls     : me.iconCls,
                        icon        : me.icon,
                        baseCls     : me.baseCls + '-header',
                        tools       : tools,
                        ui          : me.ui,
                        id          : me.id + '_header',
                        indicateDrag: me.draggable,
                        frame       : me.frame && me.frameHeader,
                        ignoreParentFrame : me.frame || me.overlapHeader,
                        ignoreBorderManagement: me.frame || me.ignoreHeaderBorderManagement,
                        listeners   : me.collapsible && me.titleCollapse ? {
                            click: me.toggleCollapse,
                            scope: me
                        } : null
                    });
                    me.addDocked(header, 0);
    
                    // Reference the Header's tool array.
                    // Header injects named references.
                    me.tools = header.tools;
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