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  1. I was happy to see a bug number in the thread title (OPEN-EXTJSIV-1941), and less happy to see 4.0.1 released without this bug fixed.

    Is there anywhere I can track the bug, like a jira instance or...
  2. I believe the root cause of this error is in the file "resources/themes/stylesheets/ext4/default/core/_core.scss", which opens as follows:


    body {
    color: $color;
    font-size: $font-size;...
  3. When using ext-sandbox.css (as in http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/ext-4.0.0/resources/css/ext-sandbox.css), most of the style definitions are scoped:


    .x4-reset html,.x4-reset body,.x4-reset...
  4. Excellent, and thanks!

    (And in my defence, which I feel I need, since I feel a little stupid right now :? , I did try to google for "!==", which is not something it handles very well; also my...
  5. I noticed that ext-all-debug.js has several instances of the operator "!==" (e.g. in Ext.Element.select:


    }else if(selector.length !== undefined){
    I'm thinking that this might be a typo (should...
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    I'm not sure about the being smoother thing. The data would have to be fetched anyway during the scrolling which means waiting time to me. and when the user scrolls from line 2500 to line 500 and...
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    We were thinking along the lines of having the data being loaded on demand whenever the user scrolls, in chunks of e.g. 50 rows at a time. This way, only the data that has actually been viewed needs...
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    We have created a popup-dialog using a grid backed by a JsonReader and a ScriptTagProxy. The amount of data is too large for a single page display, but we would still like to avoid the paging bar.
    ...
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    Thanks! :D
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    Being the author of that other post, I can see that it is a little less precise than desired... The "root" property can be called whatever you want, and in the example in this thread it is called...
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