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    Default Chrome crashing with Ext JS 4.0.7 charts

    Anyone else experiencing a lot of crashing in Chrome with Ext JS 4.0.7?

    I get a lot of the blue 'Aw, Snap!' screens in Chrome whenever I try to bring up the Developer Tools (Ctrl-Shift-I) on a page which has a chart on it e.g. http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!...arts/Line.html

    It seems to be ok with Ext JS 4.1.0-beta-2.

    I have Chrome 18.0.1025.109 beta-m and it claims to be up to date, and the following extensions:
    bitly | a simple URL shortener1.3.1.5
    Diigo: Bookmark, Archive, Highlight & Sticky-Note1.6.9
    Google Chrome to Phone Extension2.3.1
    Phone 2 Google Chrome3.3
    Screen Capture (by Google)5.0.4
    YSlow3.1.0

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    I tried disabling all extensions - still crashes when entering Developer Tools.

    I did clear all my browsing data last week. I don't know whether that's to blame? I can't remember whether Developer Tools used to work on chart pages before that.

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    Default My Chrome browser crashes too...

    The chart demos in the ExtJS product pages are crashing my Chrome browser too. My version is 19.0.1068.1 on Windows.

    Example page is:-

    http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/ext-4.0...arts/Area.html

    I can get the browser to crash ("Aw snap" message) by pressing the reload button (next to the Animate button) in the demo page every time. The page initially renders OK but the vertical axis description "Number of Hits" is overlaid on the axis values whereas on Firefox 6.0.2 there is no overlap and the reload button works perfectly.

    Anyone else seeing this? Has it been reported already? I don't have any Chrome extensions which I believe would cause this to happen.

    Best Regards, Chris.

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    Crashes for me too on 'Reload Data'. I also have visual glitches with this chart - and many others. The labels in the legend are usually rendered off to the left, one on top of each other. Weirdly though, on the first mouseover they snapped back to their correct positions (inside the legend box), and now appear to render correctly when I reload the page??

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    I'm having that too. Actually it seems that using "latest" Chrome builds is the problem here. Using the release channel and v. 17.0.963.79m, all is ok.
    Unfortunately if your on beta or nightly you can't switch back to release channel without a complete uninstall.

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    I'm having the same issue. Is someone from Sencha looking at it?

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    Default Bump: Same issues here

    Running Chrome 18.0.1025.142 and I have 0 extensions. I've also experienced this behavior in a mouseover on a pie chart (ExtJS 4.0.7).
    Scope = Perspective (think like an object)

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    Default Same here - charts failing on Chrome 18+ and FIrefox 11

    Yes, it crashes for me too - on Google Chrome 18.0.1025.142. The behavior on latest Firefox(11.0) is also not good - both for my charting applications, as well as the 4.07 samples on the Sencha site

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    Quote Originally Posted by docsnyder View Post
    I'm having that too. Actually it seems that using "latest" Chrome builds is the problem here. Using the release channel and v. 17.0.963.79m, all is ok.
    Unfortunately if your on beta or nightly you can't switch back to release channel without a complete uninstall.
    Completely missed this the first time through the thread. Thanks doc!
    Scope = Perspective (think like an object)

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    All seems to be fixed with latest Chrome release 19.0.1084.1 !!

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