Just another thing i found out. If you take a look at the code i posted above (in the zip). Then you'll see that it has 2 views. User.js and Test.js
User.js 'includes' Test.js. So far so good. Test.js is nothing more than a Panel with some text in the html property.
So far so good. The Panel is shown in the User.js view with its html content.
The problem is when i put too much text inside the html property of the Test.js view. By default you can't scroll. So you'd have to add the following in the config:
When i add that piece of code to the Test.js view, then the html content is just gone... When i remove the scrollable code again, then my html content is visible again.
When i put too much text in the User.js view (in the html: property) and if i then add that piece of code, then all seems to be working fine.
This only happends to the 'included' view. Perhaps another bug?