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Thread: [6.2] Locking grid not rendering in RTL

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    Hi--,

    Thanks for the info. I've created an issue in our tracking system and linked to your thread.

    Best!
    Bryan

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    Recommend you cover this case with a test or two while at it

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    Looks like I'm being hit with this bug as well.

    Tried creating a fiddle to show this off, however, I can't seem to find a way to enable RTL in fiddle. Maybe someone can suggest some updates to my fiddle example to get this to show? https://fiddle.sencha.com/#fiddle/1hh4

    Here's an example of what I'm experiencing in the real world application:

    enableLocking.jpg

    Notice with "enableLocking: true;" the column headers are out of sync with the column data. I have not specified that this grid should use RTL, however the CSS is adding the following class when I do enable locking:
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    x-grid-scroll-container x-rtl


    However, with "enableLocking: false;" there is no unexpected RTL class added:
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    x-grid-scroll-container
    Why is it that simply adding "enableLocking: true;" adds this RTL class (x-rtl)????

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    Found this property to add to the viewport, since I don't need RTL, however you can see in my screenshot, the scroller is still on the wrong side.

    http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/6.2.0/g...-_enabling_rtl (rtl: false).

    enableLocking.jpg

    Also, you will notice the column headers are offset slightly because the scroller is on the left still.

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