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  1. I'm working on an email app using ST 2.2, and recently ran into a fairly nasty bug. The app has a list of folders that starts out hidden, and slides into view on a button tap. If a folder model is...
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    The config for List exposes a couple of properties that can be used to configure each ListItem: itemCls and itemTpl. Since a ListItem is a component, it would be nice to be able to specify more...
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    Thanks for the response. I didn't think to try Dataview. Instead, I went with a single grouped list, which works reasonably well for what I'm trying to do. Since it's a NestedList, I had to do a...
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    It's not natively supported in ST2.1. Overriding NestedList.getList() to propagate the grouping info worked for me.

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10809164/grouped-nestedlists/
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    I'm trying to display two lists stacked vertically in a scrollable container. The lists should display all their items, and the container should scroll if necessary to allow the user to see all of...
  6. This might be a layout bug. That's what it looks like for my component-based List. In the normal List layout without useComponents, a "list item body" component with class "x-list-item-body" acts as...
  7. Ah, missed that somehow. Thanks!
  8. Apologies if this has come up before. I'm fairly new to ST, but I feel I'm beginning to get it. The concept of configurations that automatically generate getters and setters (plus the apply and...
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    Oh yeah, duh. Thanks. Not sure why I immediately latched on to Ext.each().
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    I've set up a 'refresh' listener on a Store, and it hands the records back in a Collection (whereas a 'load' listener gets them back in an Array). Collection is documented as a private class, so I'm...
  11. The new class system is nice, but it makes it tougher to debug since an instance of any class is labeled as 'Ext.apply.create.Class' in the debugger. In pure JS, it was very simple - you just added a...
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