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    I am using the checkbox group with ext 2.2 and with the css and extjs fixes.
    When I try to make resize to the browser window and I have a checkbox group in that window, on FF3, I see the scroll bar displayed and I see all the labels for check boxes.

    In IE 6 when I do the browser resizing for other resolution the checkbox group it is lost.

    Any idea? I attached a screen shot too.

    Thanks in advance.
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    hi there. I know this is an old issue but I just bumped into it because we are still using ext-js 2.3. Wanna change to ext-js 3 but this will take some minor changes so no a quick thing.

    the fix did a good jop.
    only I had to change the opacity setting in the last css class. otherwise the cheboxes were in the right place but no visible in IE 7 or FF 3.6. Here is how I have the last class settings now.

    Code:
    .x-form-check-wrap-inner input,.x-form-radio-wrap-inner input{position:absolute;-moz-opacity:0;}
    works in IE 7, FF 3.6 and Chrome now.

    Thanks for the fix. was looking for this for a while cause the autoShow:true solution didn't work like a charm

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    I noticed an issue with this patch that caused incorrect behavior with checkboxes configured with readOnly: true. I think I resolved the issue, but I'm fairly unfamiliar with the Ext internals so someone with more experience will hopefully be able to verify.

    In the Checkbox override:

    Code:
      onClick: function(e){
       if (e.getTarget().htmlFor != this.el.dom.id) {
           if (e.getTarget() !== this.el.dom) {
               this.el.focus();
           }
           if (!this.disabled && !this.readOnly) {
               this.toggleValue();
           }
           else {
               // Fixes an issue where readOnly fields dom elements were toggled when the checkbox was not
               e.stopEvent();
           }
       }
       //e.stopEvent();
      },

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    Key listeners not fires


    Hello and good day!

    I have some troubles with switching focus from checkbox (with this patch installed) to previous control (treePanel). Because previous control not focused by native TAB-key handler, I'm trying to catch TAB-key pressing and want to set focus on it manually. But having issue: declared key listeners not firing...
    Here is my code
    Code:
                    
    //some declarations above...
    {
      name: 'blah',
      fieldLabel: 'blabla',
      keys: [
        {
          key:[Ext.EventObject.TAB],
          fn: function (inp, e) {
            console.log('checkbox key fired');
          }
        }
      ],
      listeners: {
        'keydown': function(inp, e) {
          console.log('checkbox keydown fired');
        }
      },
      xtype: 'checkbox'
    }
    //...
    When checkbox focused, pressing TAB-key only moves focus to another control (skipping my treePanel), and no messages appears in the console. Also when pressing any another key - nothing happens.
    Is there any workaround of this issue?