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    doubleplus THANKYOU!

    I was spinning my wheels on this, and you got me on the right track. It ended up being fairly easy to copy out the bits I needed from the DnD code, and implement my own (not...
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    Thanks for the confirmation.

    I will try implementing com.google.gwt.event.dom.client.HasAllTouchHandlers in my widgets, and manually dispatch the drag events off the widgets at the appropriate...
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    Is drag & drop functionality not supported on iOS?

    The default example does not seem to work on my device.

    http://www.sencha.com/examples/#ExamplePlace:basicdnd

    I am using an iPad 2 running...
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    Hello All,

    I would like to assign values to (MyComponent extends ContentPanel) using custom CSS properties. For example:


    .myStyle {
    -v-my-custom-property: 5;
    }

    Using appearance based...
  5. Thanks Colin, that's exactly what I was looking for.

    Cheers!
  6. Hello Everyone,

    I need to render custom content in a tab for the TabPanel. After looking through the docs, it looks like I could get what I need by using the setHTML method on a TabItemConfig....
  7. Just to clarify a bit, in Actionscript I would do this by putting the logic in getters and setters. This way, all the exposed properties would be included in the API documentation. In Java I could...
  8. Hello Everyone,

    I need to implement a declarative command pattern that can update a value on a variety of static types, given a string value for the key. These types can be modified as needed to...
  9. Yes! This is exactly what I was looking for.

    Thank you for the help, and for the warm welcome. :)


    Cheers and thanks again!
  10. Hello Everyone,

    I have been checking out GXT the past few days to see about the possibility of moving away from Adobe Flex.

    I have content that will be loaded at run-time as domain models. This...
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