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Thread: 4.0.2a Grid infinite scrolling broken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    It works when the grid is the center region of a border layout. That's in the 4.0.3 code base.
    Animal,

    I just got a clarification as to what 4.0.3 really is (4.0.2a) - and the scroller is still broken in a center region of a border layout in my app. I'm still running 4.0.1 because of that issue and that issue alone.

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    CRAP. All this time chasing my tail. It's a THEME issue. (at least for me).

    If I use ext-all.css from the factory the rest of my app looks horrible, because I've built a lot of my styles are baked into the theme, BUT - the scroller works.

    If I use my own theme, copied from default and customized for colors, the scroller DIV appears out of whack with respect to the page.

    I'll ping Rob and see if he knows anything about this.

    Thanks for your help, Animal!

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    Have filed the following with respect to what I've found: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...oller&p=616415.

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    I'd like to make the observation that, even with invalidateScrollerOnRefresh set to false, invalidate() seems to get called on the scroller once for each column in the grid, and possibly once or twice more for good measure.

    This may not be the cause of performance problems, but I'm thinking it should get run once after all the columns are laid out, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevil View Post
    I'd like to make the observation that, even with invalidateScrollerOnRefresh set to false, invalidate() seems to get called on the scroller once for each column in the grid, and possibly once or twice more for good measure.

    This may not be the cause of performance problems, but I'm thinking it should get run once after all the columns are laid out, no?

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    Very good to hear - I look forward to that!

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