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Thread: Grid jump issue when a tree is rendered inside a grid's rowexpander in IE 10 - extjs

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    Default Grid jump issue when a tree is rendered inside a grid's rowexpander in IE 10 - extjs

    Hi I am facing an issue when a tree is rendered inside a grid's rowexpander in IE 10.
    In extjs 5, we could come up with an override (overriding the focus method of Ext.dom.Element) that fixed this, but in extjs 6 we do not have a solution - The override interferes with the grid's header menu - columns list and filters

    sample here : https://fiddle.sencha.com/#fiddle/10hm

    How to reproduce:
    1. Open the fiddle in IE10, and resize the browser to a smaller size/resolution.
    You can see a scrollbar at grid level and another at the fiddle viewport level
    2. Expand a row having company details
    3. Expand/collapse a tree item inside the rowexpander - focus shifts to the beginning of the tree row and user will have to scroll left to expand/collapse rows of the main grid

    This works really smooth in chrome.
    Please suggest any possible solutions

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    Hi--,

    Thanks for the info, I've opened a bug in our tracking system.

    Regards,
    Bryan

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    Thanks for the response, while this is being worked upon, any workaround/suggestions to handle this will be highly appreciated.

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