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Architect allows a component which is defined 'in-line' by configuration in the main view port to be made into a class. It also allows that now separate class to be restored to be in-line and defined by the view port configuration again.
When the separate class is restored the 'displayName' within the '(Architect)' category is retained but the name used to display the element in the outline is one generated by SA for example 'MyGrid4'.
The solution is to delete the 'displayName' and re-enter it.
This may be a grid (and columns, plugins, etc) only. A toolbar embedded within the grid panel was restored correctly.
I don't know about giving you all the steps. They would either be time consuming to write accurately or too general to be of value. So I've created an example project which is attached as a zip. The project is as simple as I can imagine. It a model attached to a store attached to a tree grid in a viewport. The model (and so the tree view) has columns of 'id' and 'description'.
You will see the tree view ('SimpleTree') is linked to the viewport. Click on the link entry in the viewport pressing the right mouse button and selection the option to return the class to be 'in-line'.
When I do this in the attached project the view and columns names shown the outline are SA generated (MyTreeView, MyTreeColumn, MyColumn, etc) even though the display names are still in the properties for the respective class. The generated name appear no where.
I've done this several times in the attached project so I expect you will be able to see the same behavior.