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    Default Answered: Scrollable component on non-sencha page

    Hi I add a sencha DataView component to a normal webpage and the scroll doesn't work. Any ideas? Here is a link, the code is at the bottom of the source. The row of thumbnails should be scrollable but isn't.

    http://wesawit.com/app/event_dev/50f3172bacb78

    Thanks, let me know if you have questions.

  2. Oops... I fixed the issue and removed that development version of the page.

    For anyone with similar problem:

    I had to put everything in Ext.setup and use the Ext.Viewport. For example:
    Code:
    Ext.setup({
        viewport: {
            renderTo: 'media-strip',
            style: 'background: transparent;'
        },
        onReady: function() {
                  // blah blah blah
        }
    });

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    Some code?
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    Oops... I fixed the issue and removed that development version of the page.

    For anyone with similar problem:

    I had to put everything in Ext.setup and use the Ext.Viewport. For example:
    Code:
    Ext.setup({
        viewport: {
            renderTo: 'media-strip',
            style: 'background: transparent;'
        },
        onReady: function() {
                  // blah blah blah
        }
    });

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