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  1. Is there any other (elegant) way to prevent this from happening in http://dev.sencha.com/ext/5.0.0/examples/kitchensink/#binding-two-way ?
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  2. I can now confirm that the issue is with touch device being present, because if I disable "HID-compliant touch screen" in device manager and restart the browser, the issue disappears.
  3. Ok... a very stupid theory: what if that's because my laptop has a multitouch screen?
  4. Yes, because Chrome 34 and IE 11 are also affected.
    I also tried to unzip that on a different machine (WS2012 R2) under IIS and use IE 11 installed there. The issue is reproduced.

    I guess you...
  5. Sure, here's how it looks
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    Also, here's the project as it was generated on my machine: https://www.dropbox.com/s/etwuspfoptok7im/vanilla.zip
  6. Ok, I tried to isolate a problem a bit further. Here's what I found out so far:
    - cannot reproduce in fiddle
    - cannot reproduce in local "sandbox": putting unmodified MainModel.js,...
  7. Ext version tested:

    Ext 5.0.0.736
    Browser versions tested against:

    Chrome 34
    DOCTYPE tested against:

    html
    Description:
  8. This! It's not crisp with PNG graphics :)
  9. Or is it there and I missed it completely?
    To be honest I always hated this aspect of the framework: unsafe by default.

    Why not do it like everybody else does? Default binding syntax escapes html...
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    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?255148-IE9-navigator.geolocation-memory-leak-(standards-mode)&p=933998

    But seriously, why the hell is this not hotfixed as some kind of 4.1.4?
  11. REQUIRED INFORMATION

    Ext version tested:

    ExtJS 4.1.3
    Browser versions tested against:

    IE9 (9.0.8112.16421, update versions: 9.0.12)
    DOCTYPE tested against:
  12. Hi, unfortunately I was also hit by this memory leak issue (and some other annoying things with sandbox).

    Richard did a very good job with tracking this down to "fireDocReady", so I just took it...
  13. I already mentioned the branch name, but let me point to the file itself:
    http://svn.sencha.com/svn/sdk/branches/ext-4.0.x/extjs/src/form/RadioGroup.js
    you see that ">>>>>>>" there?
  14. Hi guys, seems like ext-4.0.x branch has a merge conflict or something committed for a while now.
    It's in RadioGroup.js line 98.
    If you build with that line, nothing is working.
    Am I the only one...
  15. If this is something that you started experiencing only after updating to 3.1, try specifying "forceLayout: true" for your TabPanel (I had to do it during one of pre-3.1 trunk updates to fix some...
  16. A test case I supplied works fine in both IE and FF with public ExtJS 3.1 (I downloaded it to check, since I usually use stable branch).
    Are you sure you are experiencing the same issue?
  17. Ok, thanks for the info.
  18. I am sorry, but bump.
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    Yeah, unfortunately I have to agree about "business maturity" here, adding:
    - no svn activity (and some strange private builds as attachments in this thread)
    - no news from author here and on...
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    Doing "history back" on backspace is something most browsers do.

    I disable it with this:



    Ext.fly(document).addKeyMap({
    key: Ext.EventObject.BACKSPACE,
    handler:...
  21. Ext version tested:


    Ext 3.x trunk rev#5636

    Adapter used:


    ext
  22. I made a mistake in initial report - revision 5465 only brought Firefox exception, while the one in IE was there even earlier... didn't track down to an exact revision number though.

    Before today...
  23. Ext version tested:


    Ext trunk rev 5627



    Adapter used:
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    Thorsten, first thanks for the component - just started evaluating it.
    I found a bug in the component that occurs pretty often for me:
    if the grid is removed while data request is in progress, it...
  25. OK, that's what I wanted to know.

    Thanks :)
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