Table Row Action to Open a Drawer Has a Label that Doesn't Go Away

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On my squid page I have a "parent" table that contains a row action to open a drawer.  This row action is called View Child Lines.  When I click on the row action, the drawer opens and loads an inner table with child lines that relate to the parent row in context.  All that works.  My issue is that when I click the View Child Lines row action on a parent line in the parent table, this little label pops up and doesn't go away.  So when my drawer loads with the children and I scroll down, I still see this little label on top of my child lines in the drawer.  Is there a way to make this label disappear?  Below is a screen shot of what I am seeing.  The top row called Interactive Product Parent is the in-context parent.  The little icon to the left shows that the drawer is open.  That is my row action that gets clicked to open the drawer.  But the View Child Lines label still shows on top of the child lines in the drawer.  I can't find a way to make it go away once I start scrolling down the child lines in the drawer table.

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Sorry you're experiencing this.
A few questions:
  1. Are your themes updated?
  2. What version of Skuid are you on?
  3. Do you still see the problem if you try to replicate the error in incognito mode or after you've cleared your cache?
  4. [If 1 or 3 didn't work] Can you paste any XML of the problem that reproduces this error using standard objects? I haven't seen this so I'm not sure how I would reproduce it.
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I cleared my cache and now it seems to work fine.  The View Child Lines label only appears if I hover over the open drawer icon on the parent context record.  I am on skuid version 11.0.1 and did update the themes.  It was clearing the cache that solved the problem in case anyone else sees this happening to them.  Thanks for your help!
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Happy to hear it! Thanks for posting this answer so that others can benefit from this as well.