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    Default 4.1.0 RC2 getting better but IE7/8 need some love.

    Migrating from 4.0.7 to 4.1.0 RC2 still having issues in ie7 / ie8.

    FF and IE 9 seem to be ok for the most part.


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    2) Confirmed.

    3) The classes aren't required anymore, they have been removed.

    4) Not sure what this is meant to be showing, how is the style applied?

    5) It's not an extension made by us, we can't guarantee all user extensions will work with every version.

    6) Would need to see a test case.

    7) Same as above.

    8) Ditto.

    9) Same as #5
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    5) It's not an extension made by us, we can't guarantee all user extensions will work with every version.


    In 4.0.7 in the file header for: ux.layout.component.form.MultiSelect.js is something like this:
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    This file is part of Ext JS 4


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    Contact: http://www.sencha.com/contact
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    @h.wagner. Not quite sure what point you're trying to make. The MultiSelect UX that's included in the distribution should still work fine, it just doesn't need the layout class any more. Point 5 from the original list had nothing to do with the MultiSelect UX, that was point 3.

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