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    Hi, just upgraded from 4.0.7 to 4.1. My multiselects (ux) now don't stretch out to their height. I call ms.setHeight() on startup after the multiselects have been added to a container. This works as expected for 4.0.7.

    Img1: v4.0.7



    Img2: v4.1



    Img3: With Chrome inspector it looks like the multiselects have a height.



    Img4: The multiselects look like this when their stores are loaded. The height is relative to the store content, not the height that has been set.



    Any clue how to fix this?
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    Please provide a small working example of your layout so we can review your code.

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    Ok thanks. Log in with admin/district:
    http://178.79.143.102:8080/dhis-web-...app/index.html

    The GUI part starts at line 2362:
    http://178.79.143.102:8080/dhis-web-...zer/app/app.js


    The 4.0.7 version here (same username/password):
    http://apps.dhis2.org/dev/dhis-web-v...app/index.html

    Please try to resize the browser window and see how the panels and multiselects on the left resize themselves. I might have done that too complicated. The solution to the 4.1 problem could be simple. Any comments appreciated.

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