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    Sorry to say it is not correct.
    The source code of Ext Js 4.2.2 actually gives a "licence.txt" file saying there is an OpenSource license available. And and refers to site page saying it is LGPL.
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    Thanks for your reply, but I'm sorry to point out that this rule of public availability is not compliant with the LGPL in particular and with the OpenSource philosophy in general. And you claim both...
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    Yes but LGPL is defined by few exceptions to apply to the GPL. The availability of the source code defined in the GPL stays relevant in the LGPL.
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    Since Ext Js 4.2.2 is also available under the LGPL version 3, then the source code should be available to the public "and must require no special password or key". This is specified at the last...
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    Since Ext JS is also available under the LGPL version 3, it appears that the source code should be available to the public and "must require no special password or key". This is specified in the last...
  6. Here something that worked for me with ExtJS 4.2.0.
    The solution is to create a Form containing a Field.
    HTML :


    <table>
    <tr>
    <td><div id="here"></div</td>
    </tr>
    </table> ...
  7. Hi everyone,

    In ExtJs 3.x we could have a TabPanel displaying tabs on several rows instead of having the horizontal scroller.
    We just have to code :
    myTabPanel.strip.setWidth(someMaxWidth);
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