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    Default TextButton in ButtonBar in TabPanel - bad button positioning in 2nd and later tabs

    TextButton in ButtonBar in TabPanel - bad button positioning in 2nd and later tabs


    I have a TabPanel. I have added multiple tabs - of the SAME class, just different instances.

    This class has a ButtonBar. There are two TextButtons, one labeled Edit, and the other labeled Save, though Save is initially, by design, not visible.

    When I click on Edit, the text of that button changes to Cancel, and the Save button is set to visible.

    This works correctly on the first tab, with the Save buttons showing up horizontally after the Edit (now Cancel) button. However, if it's the second or higher numbered tab, the save button overlaps the Edit/Cancel button, showing up in the extreme upper-left corner of the button bar.

    Here is code to demonstrate the issue:
    PHP Code:
    public class Bug_SenchaWithButtonBar implements EntryPoint {

      private static class 
    MyFormGUI implements SelectHandler {
        private static final 
    String SAVE "Save";
        private static final 
    String EDIT "Edit";
        private static final 
    String CANCEL "Cancel";
        protected 
    ButtonBar buttonBar = new ButtonBar();
        protected 
    TextButton saveButton = new TextButton(SAVE);
        protected 
    TextButton editOrCancelButton = new TextButton(EDIT);

        public 
    MyFormGUI() {
          
    super();
          
    initButtonBar();
        }

        protected 
    void initButtonBar() {
          
    buttonBar.add(editOrCancelButton);
          
    buttonBar.add(saveButton);
          
    editOrCancelButton.addSelectHandler(this);
          
    saveButton.addSelectHandler(this);
          
    saveButton.setVisible(false);
        }

        public 
    Widget getWidget() {
          
    VerticalLayoutContainer container = new VerticalLayoutContainer();
          
    container.add(buttonBar);
          return 
    container;
        }

        public 
    void onSelect(SelectEvent event) {
          
    Object source event.getSource();
          if(
    source == editOrCancelButton) {
            if(
    EDIT.equals(editOrCancelButton.getText())) {
              
    setEditMode(true);
            }
            else { 
    // it's CANCEL
              
    setEditMode(false);
            }
          }
          else if(
    source == saveButton) {
            
    setEditMode(false);
            
    System.out.println("Saving info...");
          }
        }

        protected 
    void setEditMode(boolean enableEditMode) {
          
    editOrCancelButton.setText(enableEditMode CANCEL EDIT);
          
    saveButton.setVisible(enableEditMode);
          
    buttonBar.forceLayout();
        }
      }

      public 
    void onModuleLoad() {
        
    VerticalLayoutContainer verticalContainer = new VerticalLayoutContainer();
        
    TabPanel tabPanel = new TabPanel();
        
    tabPanel.add(new MyFormGUI().getWidget(), "Tab 1");
        
    tabPanel.add(new MyFormGUI().getWidget(), "Tab 2");
        
    tabPanel.add(new MyFormGUI().getWidget(), "Tab 3");
        
    tabPanel.add(new MyFormGUI().getWidget(), "Tab 4");
        
    verticalContainer.add(tabPanel, new VerticalLayoutData(-1, -1));
        
    RootPanel.get().add(verticalContainer);
      }

    Is there a way around this, or (for now) a workaround? All tabs should have the button behavior the same as the first tab.

    (My real-world case has multiple classes that extend MyFormGUI, and the same aberrant behavior occurs, but I stripped it down to the bare essentials to demonstrate the bug)

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    Has anyone been able to confirm whether this is a bug?

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    I can reproduce this on 3.0.3, but this appears to be working with the latest nightly build, probably as the result of fixes made for EXTGWT-2313, filed originally as http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?230863, though it grew a bit to deal with several other quirks of how HBoxLayoutContainer and TabPanel interact.

    The nightly builds can be downloaded from our maven repo with your support credentials, or you can download directly from the support portal - click on the nightly builds button after you log in.

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