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    Hi!
    Is it possible to create custom header for Ext.panel.Panel (I mean to extend Ext.panel.Header and then use that header in my panel)?
    If it is possible then how can I do it?
    Thanks!

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    It's undocumented as we don't really want you to but you can specify a component instance as the header property on the panel. Here is the default way the Ext.panel.Header is created for reference:

    Code:
                    me.header = new Ext.panel.Header({
                        title       : title,
                        orientation : (me.headerPosition == 'left' || me.headerPosition == 'right') ? 'vertical' : 'horizontal',
                        dock        : me.headerPosition || 'top',
                        textCls     : me.headerTextCls,
                        iconCls     : me.iconCls,
                        icon        : me.icon,
                        baseCls     : me.baseCls + '-header',
                        tools       : tools,
                        ui          : me.ui,
                        id          : me.id + '_header',
                        indicateDrag: me.draggable,
                        frame       : me.frame && me.frameHeader,
                        ignoreParentFrame : me.frame || me.overlapHeader,
                        ignoreBorderManagement: me.frame || me.ignoreHeaderBorderManagement,
                        listeners   : me.collapsible && me.titleCollapse ? {
                            click: me.toggleCollapse,
                            scope: me
                        } : null
                    });
                    me.addDocked(header, 0);
    
                    // Reference the Header's tool array.
                    // Header injects named references.
                    me.tools = header.tools;
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