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Thread: Issues on moving columns in Grouped Header Grid

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    Exclamation Issues on moving columns in Grouped Header Grid

    Test in Ext JS 4.2.1 & 4.2.2 (Nightly Build)



    Issue #1: (only in 4.2.1)

    Steps:
    1. In the given fiddle try moving "Editable Here" column outside grouped column.
    2. "Ownership and Visibility" should have wrapped inside "owner" column width.
    Issue #2: (only in 4.2.2 nightly)

    Steps:
    1. In the given fiddle, move "description" column in between "time" & "by" column.
    2. Then move it outside group column between "Ownership and Visibility" & "Last Update"
    3. Columns header won't align with its contents (little hard to reproduce, pls try few times)
    Interestingly for Issue #2 Sorting of columns fixes the alignment.

    We would really appreciate if someone can share workaround/overrides for both issues. Thanks

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    I'm having trouble recreating. I do see behavior #1 when testing with 4.2.1, but using 5.0.0 or a recent 4.2.3 nightly, I am unable to reproduce either issue. Which nightly date are you using?

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    for which reason do you want to allow dragging grouped column outside? I would not allow this

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    @Gary: I used4.2 (1st August 2014) build & chrome browser
    Try placing "Name" column between "Time" & "By" columns



    Quote Originally Posted by steffenk View Post
    for which reason do you want to allow dragging grouped column outside? I would not allow this
    Sure steffenk, We won't mind that! Is there any easy way to do so?
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    Exclamation Update:

    Try Issue #2 on windows and chrome browser.

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    Sure steffenk, We won't mind that! Is there any easy way to do so?
    yes, listen to the event, validate and restore if not wanted.

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