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    Default SA 4.2 - DOM element with id '...' in Element cache is not the same as element in the

    Hi all,
    after update an app on SA 4.2 from framework 6.2.1 to 6.5.3,
    some error appear on "log" tab:

    Design View: Framework Error: DOM element with id "..." in Element cache is not the same as element in the DOM. Make sure to clean up Element instances using destroy().

    This error appear on open project in SA in design view with white page.

    For test i changed the "id" with another new, but error remain indicating new "id".
    Any idea for fix?
    Thanks,
    Luca




    Architect:4.2.4.389
    Channel: 4.2-stable
    Platform: 1.6.2.42 - darwin x64
    Renderer: 56.0.2924.87
    Cmd: 6.6.0.13
    Framework: Ext JS 6.5.x Modern

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    Hello- I have passed your question on to a team member and we are working to get you an answer. Thanks for your patience!

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    as a general rule, avoid ids in your apps, use references
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