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Thread: 4.0.2a Grid infinite scrolling broken

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    Default 4.0.2a Grid infinite scrolling broken

    In 4.0.1, my grid worked correctly (subject to the performance problems we all know about) with respect to scrolling (infinite scroll against a buffered grid).

    In 4.0.2, the scroller appears, but clicking in the scroll area does not move the scroll thumb, and dragging the scroll thumb does not scroll the grid content.

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    Default Might have to do with my Bug aswell


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjollnir26 View Post
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    We resolved this issue earlier today in source control, will be fixed in the next build
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    Quote Originally Posted by edspencer View Post
    We resolved this issue earlier today in source control, will be fixed in the next build
    If "the next build" refers to the ext-4.0.2 final that went out yesterday, then it hasn't solved the problem for me. Going back to 4.0.1...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevil View Post
    If "the next build" refers to the ext-4.0.2 final that went out yesterday, then it hasn't solved the problem for me. Going back to 4.0.1...

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    As in http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/ext-4.0...fer-grid.html? Works correctly for me in everything I try
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    Quote Originally Posted by edspencer View Post
    As in http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/ext-4.0...fer-grid.html? Works correctly for me in everything I try
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    It's in my application, where I have a grid loaded into a container in the center region of a BorderLayout. In 4.0.1, The grid would load, and moving the scroller would scroll the grid. In 4.0.2, I can move the scroller, but the grid contents don't scroll.

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    Is anyone else seeing this in 4.0.2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevil View Post
    Is anyone else seeing this in 4.0.2?
    Yes, same scenario with grid in center region. Having a bit of difficulty isolating and replicating. Appears to occur when there's enough data to make a scrollbar appear (scroll + grid work as expected), then all data is purged, then enough data is plugged back in to make the scrollbar appear (scroller moves, grid doesn't).

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevil View Post
    Is anyone else seeing this in 4.0.2?

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    Yes! http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...llbar-behavior

    And mine is also a grid in the center region of a border layout.

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