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    Default Answered: autoscroll on panel databinded with a grid

    I'm implementing something a lot like the example here: http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!/example/grid/binding-with-classes.html
    I want to put an autoscroll on my details panel but the usual autoScroll: 'true' isn't working. I think this is because the data that would require a scrollbar is being loaded after the panel renders. Does that make sense? Does anyone have any idea on how to get around this?
    Thanks!

  2. figured it out. Just had to add this to the initComponent: function

    this.bodyStyle = { background: '#ffffff', overflow: 'auto' };

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    With autoScroll the panel's body should show scrollbars when the content overflows even if the content is changed after initial render.
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    figured it out. Just had to add this to the initComponent: function

    this.bodyStyle = { background: '#ffffff', overflow: 'auto' };

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