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    I am also having the same issue. Even if you create a grid with no column widths specified, the column widths are incorrect.

    With no width or flex set (notice there is an extra column's worth of...
  2. And it says that right there in the docs for renderTo. My apologies.
    Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.1 RC2
    Ext 4.1 RC3
    Browser versions tested against:

    Firefox 11
    Chrome 17
    DOCTYPE tested against:
  4. Just confirmed it is an issue in RC1 as well.

    Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.1 Beta 2
    Browser versions tested against:

    Chrome 17
    Firefox 10.0.2
  6. A little extra research shows that the ordering issue only occurs when setting $include-default: false. The reason lies here in the _all.scss:

    @else {
    @if $include-default {
  7. When generating CSS from SASS, the body of the tabs gets offset by 23px from the bottom of the tabbar. See screenshots of the themes.js app below (notice that in the second one the body appears...
  8. I also worked around the issue by adding:

    renderTo: Ext.getBody(),

    to the config for the window and adding the following CSS rule:

    .x-mask {
    position: fixed !important;
  9. I'm seeing this as well in ExtJS 4.0.7.
  10. Answer: Yes I was doing something wrong. This code was left over from ExtJS 3.x and in ExtJS 4.x mode is now queryMode.
  11. ExtJS Version: 4.0.7

    Calling loadData on the store of a ComboBox doesn't update the combo unless you've already clicked the drop down. I've traced it down to the fact that the datachanged event on...
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