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Daniil
18 Nov 2010, 5:22 AM
Hi Sencha team,

One of our customers reported us the following thing.


I'm noticing a very strange behavior with the TreePanel, when the text of a node goes off the side of the TreePanel - when clicking on a node, the contents of the TreePanel sometimes jumps to the left of the tree and immediately returns to its original position, sort of like a ghosting effect.

Unfortunately I can't capture the effect through screen capture videos as it happens too quickly.

I'm noticing the effect on the Sencha examples actually - http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/dev/examples/tree/two-trees.html

Expand to one of the nodes which goes off the side of the TreePanel (e.g. Ext JS >> ext-core >> test >> yui_2.6.0 >> yui >> build >> yahoo-dom-event >> yahoo-dom-event.js), and repeatedly click on this node - the same ghosting effect sometimes occurs.

I can't replicate the problem in Firefox. Appears to just be an IE issue.

Here is the link to download video file which demonstrates the issue. Do not be scared of circle, it's a mouse's cursor. The capturing program made this.

http://upload.ext.net/temp/TreePanelIssue.avi

What do you think about this? Looks like a bug but I'm not sure.

Daniil
24 Nov 2010, 7:04 AM
Any feedback would be really appreciated:)

meroy
4 Dec 2010, 2:35 AM
Can you provide a test case by following this thread. Thanks.

http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?71015-Posting-to-the-Bug-Forum

Daniil
6 Dec 2010, 1:33 AM
Hi,

Thank you for the reply.

Test case:
http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/dev/examples/tree/two-trees.html

Scenario to reproduce:
1. Expand to one of the nodes which goes off the side of the TreePanel (e.g. Ext JS >> ext-core >> test >> yui_2.6.0 >> yui >> build >> yahoo-dom-event >> yahoo-dom-event.js);

2. Repeatedly click on this node - the same ghosting effect sometimes occurs

Browser: IE8

Daniil
9 Feb 2011, 7:30 AM
Dear team,

I'm just wondering if I could get someone to take another look at this defect.

Please see the previous post to get a test case and scenario to reproduce.