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    Default Answered: Views too small after upgrade

    I'm trying to upgrade my app from 2.0.1.1 to 2.1.0 RC1 so I can use Sencha Cmd to build my app for production.

    First problem seems to be that after upgrading my source all of my views are crammed into a little tiny area that's about the size of a postage stamp.

    I've not changed any code in my app, simply the "touch" directory.

    See screenshots for illustrations...

    BEFORE:

    Screen shot 2012-10-08 at 2.22.08 AM.jpg


    AFTER

    Screen shot 2012-10-08 at 2.21.45 AM.jpg

    How can I fix this?

  2. Any errors? Did you recompile SASS?

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    Why was this moved? It looks like it's a bug in 2.1.0...am I wrong?

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    I'm not the one who moved it but it's not found to be a bug as so far it's only being reproduced in your app as fara s I know.

    Is there a testcase that you can create outside of your app that can reproduce this?
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    Default Happens to me too

    Exact same conditions happened with two of my sencha apps after upgrade as well.
    Reverted to older sdk.

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    Any errors? Did you recompile SASS?
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    Same thing happened to me, try recompiling the SASS or if your using the .css out of the box, update your reference in your .html file. Solved the issue for me.
    rafael

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