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  1. Initially, the scroll buttons are hidden by config:


    enableTabScroll: false

    When the user adds a new tab, the app does:


    tabPanel.enableTabScroll = true
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    By the config property enableTabScroll:

    enableTabScroll:true

    Regards.
  3. In a TabPanel, when the number of tabs is five or more, I set enableTabScroll = true. When the number of tabs is minor than five, I set enableTabScroll = false, but the scroll buttons are not hidden....
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    I found the reason: there was an error (famous "Denied access" error) in the callback function (ext-all.js), when the following line was executed:



    doc = frame.contentWindow.document ||...
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    The code of FormPanel is


    var kmlForm = new Ext.FormPanel({
    fileUpload: true,
    frame: false,
    bodyStyle: 'padding:10px 10px 10px 10px;',
    autoHeight:true,
    ...
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    Hi all,

    when I make a submit(), the response came back empty in the action parameter of success event, with no result property. In firedebug I see the response in JSON format. Any idea? Thanks
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    A question: how can I enable scrollbars inside iframe? I set scrolling attribute to "yes", but the iframe doesn't show scrollbars.
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    Thanks for your response (and sorry by my english...). Before using load() method, I was using an iframe, but I didn't can make the scroll bars visible (if the content of the iframe does overflow...
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    I have three tabs. In last one I do:


    tabs.getItem(id).load(url)where url is a XML file that contains the line


    <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="leyenda.xsl"?>so leyenda.xsl renders...
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    Use 'width' config property.
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    I forgot to say that the statement


    tabs.getItem(id).load(url);is executed when last tab is clicked.
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    I have three tabs. In last one I do


    tabs.getItem(id).load(url);where url is a XML file that contains the line


    <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="leyenda.xsl"?>so leyenda.xsl renders...
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    Yes, you're right. My tree contains a group of cartographic services (service = group of layers) and, by default, one service has to be active and selected, so I customized the example to do that.
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    Well, your solution it's ok only if I expand the default node (inside processAttributes()). But it doesn't go ok in FF...
    I'll try to get out the TreePanel from the Panel, to make the code more...
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    I reused the code from an example (http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples/tree/xml-tree-loader.html), so I didn't clean the code (I'm newbie in extjs...).
    I'll try what you advice me. Thanks again.
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    The code:



    new Ext.Panel({
    renderTo: 'content-panel',
    layout: 'absolute',
    bodyBorder: false,
    border: false,
    autoWidth: true,
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    The only thing I want to do is to select a default node when the tree is loaded. Thanks.:D
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    Sorry, sorry, ver 2.x.
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    Hi,

    In load event of TreePanel, I do:


    var iniNode = tp.getOwnerTree().getNodeById(NodeId);
    tp.getOwnerTree().expandPath(iniNode.getPath());
    iniNode.select();This code goes ok in IE,...
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    I want to load a XML file with the following structure:

    Group1
    ---Service1

    ------Layer 1.1


    ------Folder1
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