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  1. I noticed a typo in my original post: I said overflowY: true when I meant overflowY: 'auto'.

    I'm using ExtJS 4.2.1.

    It doesn't seem to matter what type of component is used to control the...
  2. I have a card layout in which each card is an Ext.form.Panel with overflowY: true. Many of these panels contain a series of yes/no questions (implemented as radiogroups), where a "yes" answer causes...
  3. I was a little hesitant to start overriding the default styles for these classes, but it turned out to be relatively easy to get reasonable results this way, and to use a conditional comment to...
  4. Stumbled across a mention of the inputWidth config option in the comments for the online documentation of the width option, and that does the trick. This code appears to do exactly what I want:

    ...
  5. It turns out that the cause of the problem is this: ExtJS relies on opacity settings to render disabled fields, IE8 uses a CSS filter to implement opacity, and the users who are experiencing the...
  6. This only seems to work if I don't specify the width config for my textfield. As soon as I add that, the afterBodyEl text drops down below the input element. Also, I want to keep using the default...
  7. I have an app in which disabled fields sometimes, for some IE8 users, are not "grayed out". They're disabled in the sense that you can't change their values, but it looks like the opacity settings...
  8. I don't believe I have a build-impl.xml, which I am guessing is because this project wasn't generated with Sencha Cmd.

    Adding those '=' characters for the --in and --out parameters did help,...
  9. I am attempting to place some static text to the right of a text field (like a boxLabel, but for a textfield component). I know I could create a container with two components (one for the field and...
  10. I've got an ExtJS 4.2 application that I can build just fine using Sencha Cmd 4.0 from the command line. This app wasn't generated with Cmd, so I'm building it using sencha compile. Everything...
  11. I did manage to save the store back to the filesystem, with this function:



    saveSettingsStore: function()
    {
    settingsView = this.getSettingsView();
    ...
  12. I'm using the PhoneGap file system and file transfer APIs to download PDF files from a server and store them locally on the mobile device for offline use.
  13. I have an iOS app that I built by creating a Cordova 2.0.0 XCode project according to the instructions provided by Cordova, and then dragging my raw ST2 .js files (not the output of a build) into the...
  14. Well, I think I have this fixed, although I'm still somewhat confused. My onElementTap method was changing which view was active in the viewport, from a list view to a detail view for the item whose...
  15. I have a Sencha Touch 2 app with a single controller. That controller's init and launch functions fire as expected during the application's launch process. However, there are some situations in...
  16. If you're developing for iPad, I don't know of a way to test on a Windows PC. Then again, I'm new to PhoneGap myself, so I may very well be missing something.
  17. Actually, I did. I defined my store like this:


    Ext.define("CatalogApp.store.SettingsStore", {
    extend: "Ext.data.Store",
    config: {
    model: "CatalogApp.model.Settings",
    ...
  18. The stuff in the JSON file isn't static. The app will need to retrieve an updated copy of this data from a server whenever it's online, but still be able to work with the local copy whenever it's...
  19. So, I have what's probably a bad example of how to populate a store from a file; I'm hoping maybe somebody can take a look and offer some suggestions on how to do this better.


    ...
  20. Anyone have a good example of how you'd go about populating a Sencha Touch 2 store from an external JSON file using the PhoneGap File API?
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