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    Default [RC1] Setting hideHeaders to true adds scroll bar

    [RC1] Setting hideHeaders to true adds scroll bar


    If you take the Basic Array Grid in the examples or the example in Ext.grid.Panel documentation and set hideHeaders : true in the grid panel config, a horizontal scrollbar is shown. The horizontal scrollbar is not there when hideHeaders is false (the default).

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    This should be fixed in RC2. Get it while it's hot: http://www.sencha.com/blog/ext-js-4-1-rc-2-released
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