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    We are just starting the transition now, but we are focusing on new development rather than porting existing code. I'm glad that there is some end-user benefits for the switch. Feature-wise GXT 3...
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    Uses local variable length. Should use the field minLength
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    What is the performance expectations for Ext GWT 3.0? Better or the same as 2.0? The architecture is vastly different (no lazy rendering, heavy use of generators, cell widgets, etc.), so I'm not sure...
  4. Same issue in GXT as this Ext JS problem. I can recreate on the Explorer demo with all browsers

    http://www.sencha.com/examples/#bufferedgrid

    I'm not sure if non-default zooming is supported....
  5. http://www.sencha.com/examples-dev/

    Works for me
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    Not officially, but you could try this third-party project

    http://code.google.com/p/gxt-uibinder/
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    I suspect most GWT applications are using GWT RPC or RequestFactory rather than simple form POSTs.

    In GXT3 could you make FormPanel a subclass of a new class FieldPanel? FieldPanel would have all...
  8. I realize that the the GXT team is small and GXT3 is a big project, but some signs of life from the team would be appreciated. We are looking to greatly expand our usage of the product in our...
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    Thanks for the response. Do you consider adding support for new browser versions (IE9) a bug fix or a feature?
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    I assume you guys are busy working on GXT 3.0. The planned changes look drastic, but worthwhile. I like the features and performance of GXT, but the API can definitely be cleaned up. Having said...
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