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Didn't see this was its own post; I just replied to a closed post regarding a similar issue.
I am getting a strange misalignment problem when I use a datepicker in my form. I pull it in using xtype (code shown below attached picture). Perhaps this is a weird bug caused by Chrome v.21.0.1180.83 m ? I know of the text truncation issues (ellipses) that happen when using this latest version of Chrome, and so maybe this is another UI issue?
Here's the behavior: If I move any column from its default value (default for value coded as "value: new Date()"), after the animation ends, the selection snaps back to some misaligned position, depending on the selection made. For example, if I select "January 1, 1980" (first/default minimum date), then there is no post-selection movement. However, if I select "December 31, 2012" (attempted in screenshot above), the datepicker moves the selection after animation end to November 29, 2011. If I click "done", the value loaded is 11/29/2011.
It seems the post-selection movement amount of pixels or whatever depends on how far away the date is from the earliest available date. Hopefully that bit of info will help with the debugging.
As stated above, but I'm testing on Windows Server 2008, Chrome desktop v. 21.0.1180.83 m (latest version to date, July 2012).
We are having the same issue of not being able to select the last item in a date picker with Chrome, Android, and iPhone.
Also, we are having the same issue as skitchpatterson3 stated above. Some additional notes on that part:
-The alignment issue does not happen when picking a month.
-Picking a day or year causes the alignment issue.
-Picking a month after the alignment is messed up will fix the alignment of the day but not the year.