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    Default Answered: Turning scrolling on/off

    I've got a Ext.Panel, that I've set scrollable to true. Within that Panel, I've got another item the is a list, which also has scrollable set to true. In order for the scrolling in the list, not to also scroll the Ext.Panel, I've done the following. The process seems to turn the scrolling off, but not on for some reason. Is this a bug or something I'm doing incorrectly?

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    listeners:{
    					itemtouchstart:function(){
    						try {
    							Ext.getCmp(obj.set_panelid).setScrollable(false);
    						}catch(e){
    							global.handleError(e);
    						}
    					},
    					itemtouchend:function(){
    						try {
    							Ext.getCmp(obj.set_panelid).setScrollable(true);
    						}catch(e){
    							global.handleError(e);
    						}
    					}
    				}
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  2. This is an open bug reported internally.

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    This is an open bug reported internally.
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    Thanks for the quick response.
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