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    Default 4.2 Grid cell editing issue on Mac OSX

    Open Chrome and run http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/4.2.0/#.../#cell-editing
    Scroll to last row
    Try to click the last row cells, _below_ the bottom half of the cell.

    This bug is more noticeable if you open the element inspector and see what 'you can reach' in the DOM. Seems the grid view is covering the last row partially.

    *EDIT BY SLEMMON
    Reproduced on Chrome 26 on OSX
    - To reproduce the issue on the examples page I had to resize the containing window so that the bottom of the window was touching the bottom of the grid > scroll the container all the way down as much as possible > and scroll the grid to the bottom.
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    Not sure I'm seeing what you're seeing. What browser are you seeing that on?
    And to clarify, you're scrolling down as far as you can in the grid and clicking on the bottom-half of the bottom row - any editable cell, correct?

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    Sorry, forgot to mention it's Chrome. And yes, bottom half of last row, any cell

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    I finally was if I made the page boundary snuggle up and touch the bottom of the grid - otherwise I couldn't get it to fail. But, yes, finally got it to behave like you were describing.

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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

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    Sweet, I made a video showing this. Seems like a layout/sizing error

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    @mankz,
    We're trying to reproduce this issue today and can't seem to. Are you able to reproduce the issue still? If so, with what framework version / browser?

    And if so, do you happen to have a stand-alone test case as well as the examples page?

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    test case is quite good as is, can repro on 4.2.1. Make the window a bit smaller first. Ping me on Skype, I'll show you live. mats.bryntse

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    This can be closed, extremely hard to repro I only managed to reproduce it a few times while in the docs. Almost regret finding it

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