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    Default Answered: panel with form nested on top of panel - form not displayed

    Hi, I have this structure, but the form become hidden , any solution?
    HTML Code:
    Ext.define("myapp.view.Viewport", {
        extend: 'Ext.tab.Panel',
        config: 
        {
            items:
            [
                        {
                            xtype: "panel",
                            title: "testPanel",
                            
                            items:
                            [
                                new Ext.form.FormPanel
                                ({
                                    title: "testForm",
                                    items: 
                                    {
                                        xtype:'textfield',
                                        label:'form field'
                                    }
                                })
                            ]
                        }
            ]
            
        }
    
    });

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    Two things,

    you should not create an instance and use it as an item like that when using Ext.define and config object. You should just specify a config object.

    You are nesting quite a lot, make sure you need to. If you need the form panel to be wrapped in a panel then you need to give the panel a layout or the form a size.

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    Moved from bugs forum to Q&A forum as this not a bug.

    Two things,

    you should not create an instance and use it as an item like that when using Ext.define and config object. You should just specify a config object.

    You are nesting quite a lot, make sure you need to. If you need the form panel to be wrapped in a panel then you need to give the panel a layout or the form a size.
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    thanks, width and height at formpanel solved the case....

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