Looks like we can't reproduce the issue or there's a problem in the test case provided.
Using items config in panel header places items before title
REQUIRED INFORMATIONExt version tested:
Browser versions tested against:
DOCTYPE tested against:
- Safari 6.0.1
- Chrome 22.0.1229.94
Steps to reproduce the problem:
- Using a header config in a panel, I want to insert additional items into the header. However, items are always inserted before the title element.
- Due to this other bug, it is not possible to omit the title config and create it as a member of the items collection.
The result that was expected:
- Create a panel.
- Give it a header config.
- In the header config, add a container to the items collection.
The result that occurs instead:
- Items in the items config appear after the title.
- Items appeared before the title.
title: 'panel 1',
html: 'panel 1',
html: '<p style="text-align:center">centered text</p>',
See this URL for live test case:
Debugging already done:
Additional CSS used:
- OS X 10.8.2
- Windows 7 Pro SP1
Last edited by mpost; 3 Nov 2012 at 10:07 AM.
Reason: fix code formatting
I wouldn't really say this is a bug. You are requesting the behavior to change. I find it that I always want to insert items before the title personally.
That would be a fair response if I could manually manage the title and make the header control do what I want. But due to the other issue I mentioned in the description, that's not possible due to the panel header always rendering an empty title with flex: 1.
I could see wanting to add items prior to the title (such as an icon or perhaps a button), but you're screwed if you want to add them both before and after due to the other issue.
Last edited by mpost; 3 Nov 2012 at 7:19 PM.
Reason: add link
I guess another way to look at this bug is that there is no way to add items after the title when using the title config of Ext.panel.Header. So it's not necessarily that I'm requesting a behavior change -- I'm reporting that the header control is inflexible to the point that I consider a bug.
The answer is pretty much the same as here, so I'll just link to it for posterity: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...l=1#post907472
Once you override initComponent, you can insert() and remove() items as you please.
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