I've been searching for this for quite a while now, but can't seem to find an answer/solution anywhere.
The problem is this;
I've got an html-section with a qtip on it;
When I hover over the span, the tooltip is shown nicely.Code:<span data-qtip="test 123">This is the span 123</span>
(I've called Ext.tip.QuickTipManager.init(); in the beginning of the application)
Then, after an event, I update the html to
When I hover over the span now, the tooltip still says "Test 123"!Code:<span data-qtip="test 456">This is the span 456</span>
And when I go looking at the DOM (via google inspector), I see this;
Can anyone explain this?Code:<span data-qtip="test 123">This is the span 456</span>
Is there some listener active that rewrites my HTML?
(I'm sure I'm writing the correct html, I've also printed it with console.log).
Should I manually update the qtip-object that is linked to this piece of html (how can I get that instance??)
Any thoughts on this?
Thank you in advance!