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Thread: [DUPE] RowEditor Error prompt Offset Bug

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    Default [DUPE] RowEditor Error prompt Offset Bug

    Ext version tested:

    • Ext 3.0.3


    css used:

    • only default ext-all.css


    Browser versions tested against:

    • IE6
    • FF3


    Operating System:

    • WinXP Pro



    Description:

    • When the Row editor prompt out the error (for example mandatory fields), the error prompt with move again and again ('left and right') because the X offset valid is out of the browser maximun width.


    Steps to reproduce the problem:

    • using the example in the RowEditor, edit a row and remove one of the grid value
    • error message will prompt out on the right hand side
    • adjust the browser width to close to the grid
    • the error messsage prompt flow and back.



    Possible fix:
    Adject the location of the error prompt to with in the browser width.

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    Sencha User Jamie Avins's Avatar
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    I believe this was fixed in 3.1.1. Can you test in that version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie Avins View Post
    I believe this was fixed in 3.1.1. Can you test in that version.

    No it is not. I had raised a bug report on Roweditor including this problem couple of weeks ago. it is pending.

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    Using 3.2.2 and the bug still exists. Is there a solution for this?

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    Not yet, I've encountered the same problem and it's sorta important for my application especially when users still seem to be using the WinXP / (some browser) combination

    I really like this feature, but can't implement the change to my application due to bugs like this one explained above. Once it's fixed though, I believe the end-user will really like this new feature!

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