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  1. [FIXED] Great, thanks for investigating! So you will...

    Great, thanks for investigating!

    So you will keep the bug in the upcoming 6.2.2 release? I imagine this should affect basically every user of the locked grid... I think that's more than a minor...
  2. [FIXED] Alright, thanks for looking into this again! ...

    Alright, thanks for looking into this again!

    The header of this thread now states that "a fix was applied for EXTJS-23619 in 6.5.0." and is marked as "[FIXED]". Does that mean you already have a...
  3. [FIXED] Well... As I feared, my patch does not fully fix...

    Well... As I feared, my patch does not fully fix the issue and introduces new, similar problems. So, forget about it.
  4. [FIXED] Alright, I took some time to investigate myself....

    Alright, I took some time to investigate myself. To me it seems you changed the way that TableScroller.scrollIntoView works and forgot to handle the locked grid case. Including this patch fixes the...
  5. [FIXED] Could you please try to reproduce this one more...

    Could you please try to reproduce this one more time? I double-checked with some of my colleagues, and they all could reproduce the issue with the fiddle I provided.

    Please load up the fiddle,...
  6. [FIXED] I can reproduce the issue in any browser... Tried...

    I can reproduce the issue in any browser... Tried Firefox 51.0.1, Internet Explorer 11 and Chrome 56.0, all running on Windows 7 64-bit.

    To be exactly clear: You have to scroll the grid down...
  7. [FIXED] Ext JS 6.2.1: Header and grid cells out of sync in locked grid

    In 6.2.1, the grid headers of a locked grid become out of sync with the cells when you scroll down and then click on a cell.

    To reproduce the issue, just load up the fiddle below, scroll the grid...
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    [OPEN] Workaround

    Ext.define('My.App.Overrides', {}, function () {
    Ext.require([
    'Ext.window.Window'
    ], function () {

    Ext.window.Window.override({
    ...
  9. [DUP] Workaround

    Ext.define('My.App.Overrides', {}, function () {
    Ext.require([
    'Ext.window.Window'
    ], function () {

    Ext.window.Window.override({
    ...
  10. This did the trick for me

    Ext.define('MyApp.feature.TreeFiltersFeature', {
    extend: 'Ext.ux.grid.FiltersFeature',
    alias: 'feature.treefilters',

    //overridden method
    getGridPanel: function () {
    ...
  11. Thanks for your reply! Okay, that's another...

    Thanks for your reply! Okay, that's another possibility. In my special case, it's not a grid but a DataView I wrote.

    By default, this gets updated automatically once the data in the store gets...
  12. Updating store data after confirmation by server

    Hello everyone,

    in my Ext JS application, I have a store that synchronizes its data with a remote server via the proxy's "api" configuration. This all works fine. Now, when a record gets updated...
  13. Really, this should be possible from within the...

    Really, this should be possible from within the framework. Otherwise, there's really no use using associations; it's probably less painful then to add another store and link everything manually. Is...
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    You could try overriding the setNewTemplate...

    You could try overriding the setNewTemplate function contained in Ext.view.Table. This doesn't seem to be documented though.
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