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    Default Date picker and Select field do not work if left or top property is given.

    Hi am new to sencha touch, my requirement is to have select field and date picker field in a row, but when i give 'left' property to any one of the field( for aligning them in a single row ) the field stop showing its values i.e am unable to select date / select field values. am using 2.2.1 version. Please help.. Thanks in advance.

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    The left config will make the component be a floating component which is probably not what you actually want. Do you just want two fields side by side?
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    Yes Mitchell i want the fields side by side and my requirement is to have at least 3 select fields in a row which must be fitted well in any size of device is it possible or do i need to put each select field in each single row ?

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