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    Default Unanswered: inputCls NOT APPLIED properly in ANDROID

    CSS
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    .txtblack { font-weight:bold !important;
    color: #000 !important;}
    .inputcolor{
    color:#0070C0;
    }
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    JS
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    Ext.define('Fxtrade.view.Withdrawl',{
    ............
    .....................
    },
    {
    xtype : 'numberfield',
    label : 'Some label',
    id : 'withdrawAmtId',
    labelCls:'inputcolor',
    inputCls: 'txtblack',


    listeners : {
    painted: setdefault,

    }


    },
    });


    function setdefault(){
    Ext.getCmp('withdrawAmtId').setValue(0);
    }

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    The code loads default value zero( 0 ) in withdrawAmtId field, and looks ok in iphone (labelCls and inputCls are applied).

    Problem:
    when the same page is loaded in android the labelCls is applied but the inputCls class is not applied properly. i.e., .txtblack { ...; color: #000 !important;} is not applied, text looks gray in color.

    Please help me ASAP,

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    This sounds like browser issue. You need to use a remote debugger to inspect the <input> element.
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