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Problems with Grids that use RowNumber or CheckboxSelectionModel
Ext version tested:
Browser versions tested against:
- Chrome 13.0.782.220
- Safari 5.0.5
DOCTYPE tested against:
- When you have a grid that uses Row Numberer or Checkbox Selection model (and presumably some other things that add 'x-grid-cell-special' CSS property to grid rows) it breaks the layout. It appears that the padding is incorrect (currently set to 4px), but I'm not sure how/why. It seems to work fine in Chrome and Safari, but in Firefox the grid is taller than expected.
Steps to reproduce the problem:
- Create a grid with a fix size that has an exact # of rows to meet the bottom of the grid.
The result that was expected:
- In Chrome/Safari, it renders properly
- In all versions of Firefox it renders PAST the bottom.
The result that occurs instead:
- The table rows are too large to fit within the fixed size of the grid and scrollbar appears.
None at this point, in a time-crunch but simple to reproduce.
Screenshot or Video:
See this URL for live test case:
View the following URL in Firefox and Chrome/Safari you will see that Firefox's rows are taller.
Debugging already done:
Additional CSS used:
You've posted this twice but without enough info.
I don't see any issue with either plugin.
Twitter - @evantrimboli
I understand that you are busy, and I can appreciate that, but don't dismiss this so quickly.. I am trying to help you out here.. It is a bug in your software, I would think you'd want to fix it.
Spotting the differences is pretty easy, and you can see them in many of your grid examples..
Here is a grab from Safari:
Here is the same grab from Firefox:
Notice the last row visible in the grid.. Firefox's rows are much taller. This is a much bigger problem when you are trying to fit the content exactly within the grid and use paging (instead of scroll bars) to move thru the data.
Sencha - Services Team
Please provide the source code for a concise test case that demonstrates the issue using the smallest amount of code possible, that does not have any external dependencies, that has all needed data available to be loaded locally (using a json or xml flat file), and that is locally runnable and we will do our best to investigate it.
HUH? What are you talking about, ***YOUR*** examples don't work...
Take this one, for example:
That's the page I viewed for the screenshots above.
As I said above, I'm not able to reproduce it.
See the attached.
Twitter - @evantrimboli
I'm guessing you tried this on a Windows machine. For some reason it appears to work fine on Windows. But under Linux and Mac I get varying results...