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I hadn't thought of that, thanks!
I think that's an equivalent question, provided we don't count rows you'd have to scroll down to see as "displayed".
I could do something like that, yeah. We make a lot of use of the grouping and groupingsummary features, which would complicate things a bit, but it's still a solvable problem. I hate to do something...
Does Ext.grid.View have an easy way to get an answer to the question "Given the current layout of this grid, how many rows are there room to display?"
Thanks in advance.
26 Apr 2013 6:27 AM
The workaround I eventually settled on is simpler (with all the good and bad that implies) than the other solutions I've seen to this problem on the forums. Simply put: the parent model has an unused...
21 Mar 2013 8:48 AM
Aha! Now that's I've looked it over more closely, yes, it works great. I was looking at CellEditing, and didn't notice that you'd set selectOnFocus on the editor. Thank you.
21 Mar 2013 8:14 AM
Not really, no.
Let me restate my issue more succinctly: Calling selectText() on the textfield created by CellEditing to edit a grid cell causes the field to vanish. I don't know if this is a bug, a...
20 Mar 2013 9:32 AM
I've got a large grid with a CellEditing plugin and numberfields and textfields. I want to select all the text in a cell when the user clicks or tabs into it, so I extended the CellEditing plugin and...
I hope it's not belaboring the obvious to point out that the reason collapseFirst didn't do what you needed was that the tool was being added after the panel was created.
var x=Ext.getCmp('myPortlet').down(); //panel header
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