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9 Sep 2009 8:22 AM
1. You don't have any fields defined in your store.
2. Where are you getting the storeResults variable?
7 Sep 2009 7:19 PM
There is a select() method for nodes.
Since you're canceling all click behavior, you need to replicate the parts of it that you want.
6 Sep 2009 11:38 AM
Set up beforeclick and dblclick listeners on the TreePanel. Return false on the beforeclick handler function and do a node.expand() in the dblclick handler.
I'd use a DataView.
Check that out for rendering comboboxes within a DataView.
Oh, I misread. I thought he was talking about filters rather than a basic sort.
Yes, use paging.
I think you might possibly be able to set up a sortchange listener for the grid? I've never done...
remove() performs a destroy (if autoDestroy is true in the TabPanel config object) and hideTabStripItem just hides it.
If you plan on showing it again, use hideTabStripItem/showTabStripItem....
Why are you using a fieldset for a checkbox that isn't being grouped with other form input?
Change the first item in the array to be xtype: 'checkbox' and remove the other stuff, and add listeners...
Do a loadMask:true on your grid?
This works for me.
4 Sep 2009 8:05 AM
In my experience, when a store is loaded twice at more or less the same time the first one is ignored. Are there any duplicate requests being made in your firebug console?
What do you mean by header?
If you mean the column headers, this could be done by returning the header info you want from the back end through and AJAX request and parsing it into a ColumnModel....
Set up the rowselect listener in the row selection model configuration, and add the class 'x-grid3-row-expanded' to the row. I do it this way:
20 Aug 2009 8:23 AM
I will second that this bug is indeed occurring as described.
Same issue here. When I render a window to a TabPanel item, the entire TabPanel is masked. So, I tried creating a sub-panel to which I rendered the Window, but this creates an additional problem...
24 Jul 2009 4:34 AM
Oh, wow. I didn't even realize this was in the GXT forum. I need to pay more attention!
It looks like the best you could do in GXT is loop through all of your windows to see if they exist/are...
23 Jul 2009 10:33 AM
I just thought I'd add to this thread since there doesn't seem to be a solution available on the forums yet.
EDIT: THIS IS FOR EXTJS. I DID NOT REALIZE THIS WAS THE GXT FORUM WHEN I POSTED IT.
I *just* got started on one of my own. Looks very nice!
15 Jun 2009 9:48 AM
Have you tried passing an empty array to the setDisabledDates() method?
Check out the regex property for the ComboBox to do validation.
For anyone looking for a solution to this as I was, it's easy. Just have the back end return a 'qtip' value for each node. Here's an example JSON return object for one node:
I would be interested in this as well.
What I am looking for is a horizontal stacked bar chart. I plan on using something similar to this as a visual way of seeing a daily schedule.
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