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  1. If I show a prompt and then an alert when the user presses ok, I see this error in the Javascript console:
    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'removeCls' of null

  2. My workaround requires some work but seems to be working fine in any circumstance.

    First add this code to your app:


    name: 'MyApp',
  3. So if this is my object:

    var data = {
    id: 0,
    firstName: 'First name',
    lastName: 'Last name',
    unreadMessages: [
    {id: 0, text: 'Message 1'},
  4. Yes, the fiddle works fine. So using handler fixes the issue when you have a button. In my dataview I'm using an itemtap listener, which unfortunately causes the issue. Should I change this to...
  5. I had this strange issue: there are two cards in a container, one contains a list, the other contains a text area. Clicking on an item in the list brings the user to the other card with the text...
  6. Let's say I have the Message model:

    Ext.define("MyApp.model.Message", {
    extend: "",
    config: {
    proxy: {
    type: 'memory'
  7. Ok... while waiting for a fix I worked around the issue like this:

    I first defined these styles:

    .tabFirst, .tabMiddle {
    border-top: 1px solid $ios7-blue !important;
  8. As you can see from the screenshot the plus/minus icons are not centered inside the button when using the Cupertino theme. Also, there is another issue: the text is grayed out and the user can't...
  9. for what I read here in the documentation:!/api/

    seems like there is no need for the hashtag in the routes definition.
  10. Is there a fix planned for next release?
  11. Hi, I'd like to give parameters to my application with a GET-style string, so that the final url looks like this:


    But it doesn't work...
  12. I have this Sencha Touch 2 code which uses the Cupertino theme:

    var tabs = {
    xtype: 'tabpanel',
    items: [
    {title: 'Tab 1'},
    {title: 'Tab 2'},
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