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    [FIXED] Dragging a TreePanel parent to it's child is allowed


    This can be trivially reproduced in the samples - on the reordering tree page, drag and drop any folder node on another folder node. Then open the now-parent node, and drag that node on to its new child.

    Another variation: Drag a node onto itself. It will disappear, instead of staying where it is.

    These are both in Firefox - If you open the same page in IE, and drag a node onto another node. Drag it back out again, and text starts to stack. This is harder to consistently reproduce, and mousing over affected cells appears to fix them. Best steps we have so far: Drop Grids into TreeGrid, then drop Grids into TreePanel.

    Note that I have not attempted this in the trunk, only in the m3 pre-release.

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    Attached an image of the IE issue, where dragging and dropping nodes mangles the text.
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    We already have a fix for the stacked nodetexts ready. Will be fixed in SVN soon

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    Fixed in SVN

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    The primary bug is not yet fixed here, where nodes can be dropped into their own children, and thus removed from the tree. I don't see how to mark this thread as not FNR, can you confirm that this bug still present or re-open the thread?

    Issue can still be reproduced on http://extjs.com/examples-dev/explor...reorderingtree

    p.s. I can confirm that the mangled text issue does appear fixed.

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    Dropping nodes on itself or any of it's children is now not allowed. I have also added the valid append drop style (green background) while hovering.

    Can you validate at http://extjs.com/examples-dev/explor...reorderingtree

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    Yep - looks good. We're moving today to the new RC, and very much looking forward to final!

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