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  1. I know my previous posts may seem a bit brash, I just don't think this thread is about a security issue. Don't get me wrong, XSS are a very real problem, I just don't think client-side default...
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    I believe that the approach is more "it's a technology problem" that there really isn't a solution to. The browsers and screen readers just aren't up to the task, they can't handle the complex...
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    They told us there would be API changes months ago, and now after the new APIs have stabled have released an alpha to start porting with. They also have a migration guide in the works. I don't think...
  4. This does not constitute an XSS attack, since it does not affect another users page, it only affects your page view. If it were a cross site scripting attack, it would require the unescaped data to...
  5. Not that the posts before this haven't already said this, but... Client side scrubbing doesn't really do much, there isn't anything keeping someone from removing your scrubbing using js through...
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    Gotta say it - worth the wait. =D>
  7. form.el won't be set until the form.render method has been called. Try Animal's code after calling form.render(containerEl), works for me.
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    Understood, and not looking for dates. It just seems that 2.0 has slipped a bit, which happens with development, and was hoping to get some idea as to when ( sometime this season? month, 6 months? )...
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    I hate to beat a dead horse here, and don't mean to annoy, but I was hoping we could at least get an idea as to when you guys were thinking about, maybe, possibly having the first release of 2.0......
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    There are several apps showcased in the Examples and Extras forum which have been made entirely using ExtJS. Not only that, but there are other example apps developed by the ExtJS team. Check out...
  11. JC poses a good point. But at the same time, being a long time Ext user, I can't help but feel like the Premium users have become the 'in crowd' and the rest of us get to either pay, or just watch. I...
  12. @bamboocha

    Check out the docs: Ext.Fx.pause

    Increasing the value should increase the timespan of the pause. If it doesn't, you might want to try clearing your browser cache.
  13. mystix, he didn't post a bug, he pointed out api inconsistancy as well as a possible workaround to get to the desired behaviour. If this were the bug forum, and he was actually posting a bug, or just...
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    Not on the dev team, but you did post in general discussion so I figured I'd throw in my two cents.

    First off, you have to realize that you are using a WYSIWYG editor inside of a browser. It isn't...
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    Hm, I never said that it wasn't safe, just that the two calls are, for all intents and pursoses, identical...
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    Normally I'd agree with you, but while digging around the Ext 1.1 beta I noticed that Ext.decode no longer does any checks of the json:
    this.decode = function(json){
    return eval("(" + json...
  17. Hey guys, not sure if anyone else is currently using the XMLSocket class in AIR, but I've found Adobe's procedural/asynchronous style to be pretty gross. Using Jack's SqlDB example I wrapped the AIR...
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    Don't forget http://www.mozilla.org/js/spidermonkey/ which is left out of that article...

    I'm currently working on a project using ExtJS as a client, for a backend which is just a tiny Java...
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    @potdarko There have already been several blog posts talking about the 'insecurity' of AIR being able to access files, sockets etc. But when it comes down to it, the reality is that there's nothing...
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    Makes sense, I guess if there was an easy solution jack would have figured it out... 8-|
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    Nope, honestly I tend to steer away from beta and alpha versions, I'd rather wait and see what the final product is than run into problems and errors. Though, with Ext I love the prereleases, in a...
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    Some of those images look eerily identical to Ext's, anybody care to do an md5 check on the images?

    I think this whole thing is pretty f**ked up, i mean come on, a list of their themes: "Gray...
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    Gotta disagree with you on this. The initial beta release still had less security holes than IE has had in the past, and has issued an update for all of the found security holes within 2 days. On top...
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    Yeah, gotta say this does sound like an easy solution to the problem...
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    *ahem*
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