I'm using EditorGridPanels on dynamically generated web pages. ExtJS does not control the ViewPort.
When I wrap the Grid generation code in Ext.onReady(), the grids render perfectly.
If I do not wrap it in Ext.onReady() it renders with subtle layout issues like
I have tried forcing the grids' layout to get recalculated once the page loads...
- the grids are a little too wide
- the top toolbar gets cut off on the right
- the rows don't quite fit and they shift when clicking a cell
The reason I'm trying to avoid placing Grid initialization inside Ext.onReady() is that sometimes pages take a long time to fully load every resource, and in these cases the pages look fully loaded apart from the blank spaces where the grids eventually get rendered to!
var grid = ...
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Any suggestions on what I might try? Right now a complete redesign of the page is not in scope, so I'm looking for something I can do to get the grid to layout like it does when initialized inside onReady()!