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    Default [DEFER] Toolbar -> enableOverflow and Ext.form.Field

    hi team,

    like in the example:
    http://www.sencha.com/deploy/dev/exa...enu/menus.html

    it is quite common to use Ext.form.Field inside toolbars.
    there even is the toolbar-method:
    Code:
    addField( Ext.form.Field field ) : Ext.Toolbar.Item
    this is a no go with the config:
    Code:
    enableOverflow
    my point is not the dynamically added formfields, it is not working for static ones either.

    since there are some other tickets open with this feature (for example dynamically adding / removing items): are there plans to rewrite the feature, should we better start creating an ux,...?


    kind regards,
    tobiu
    Best regards
    Tobias Uhlig

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    It needs a full rewrite to support all items below it. It simply wasn't designed with this in mind. We are planning on this for the 4.x branch.

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