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  1. Try to set the 'pattern' attribute as [0-9]* of the element inside the field component once rendered by Sencha Touch.

    I have to do this way in Sencha Touch < 2 with textfield component in iOS (to...
  2. Maybe you can try to use http://www.jslint.com/ with your app.js generated file. It may be hard because of the built file is minimized, but if you do a fine tuning of the JSLint parse parameters at...
  3. Setting component draggable not works on Android < 4.0.0 if the component does not have an explicit width (and height?) set up.
  4. sorry for not using the standard template, but this bug-signal is related to a specific .js class file, so I think is easy for the team to check and fix it anyway:

    in touch 2.0.1 (and in 2.1.1 too...
  5. @dongryphon

    I have the same "problem" of auto-merge with my application. The problem is that my application is based on "profiles" so, most controllers and view are profile-specific and are put...
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    any answer? I have the same problem
  7. I think you have to use the "root" property of the XmlReader set to 'response'
  8. Thanks philogb but I can already change axis title with axis.setTitle() function but when I replace the a new field in axis.field array, the values set in the axis does not upgrade to the new ones,...
  9. Thanks but it does not work as I want, because if in the old series I have, for example, values from 0 to 10, y axis automatically draws itself correctly with values from 0 to 10. When I change the...
  10. Thank you.
    Changing the series seems to work. But now the problem seems to be that the y axe values does not reflect the new series ones. The value on the axe is stuck on the old min and max of the...
  11. I have the same problem.
    I can change axe/serie title and field at runtime accessing to chart.axes.items[] and chart.series.items[] arrays but the axe values and scale did not upgrade with the new...
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