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  1. init: function(){
    this.control({
    "combo": {
    select: this.onComboSelect
    }
    });
    },
    onComboSelect: function(){
    // do something
    }
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    IMHO it comes with extjs 4.1.
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    medusadelft is right. The parent class of "Ext.tree.Panel" looks for the store in the store manager in the "initComponent" method, but "Ext.tree.Panel" tries to use it before.

    There are two other...
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    I only told you a quick solution.

    Some components are styled with an image, so you have to colorize them.
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    where is your root config?
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    a treestore has no initComponent method, use the constructor.
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    the simplest way to do this is to make a copy of the ext-all.scss (name it grey.scss or something else) in the sass directory inside of the resources directory and add the following line at the top...
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    there is a language directory in the sdk.
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    I had the same problem and my solution was to create a treepanel without a store and a simple root node. after all stores are loaded, I manualy added nodes based on my associations.
    may be this...
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    In the tree guide there is a section "Editing, Drag & Drop, Sorting and Filtering". It looks like they are (still) working on it.
  11. Or your view "AppName.view.Viewport" extends another Ext.Component except Ext.container.Viewport.
  12. You are using ExtJS 4? IMHO there is no JsonStore anymore.
  13. You have to set the queryMode property to local.
  14. Hi aacoro,

    you can simply create a html file. Instead of the form you create an empty div element with an id like 'myForm'. After the dom is loaded you only have to create a form panel and render...
  15. Hi mzadig,

    set the root property for the json example in the reader config like:


    reader: {
    type: "json",
    root: "states"
    }
  16. You're right.
    The problem is in the Ext.layout.container.Border. It initializes the regions only once on creation.


    onLayout: function() {
    var me = this;
    if...
  17. Both. :-)
  18. Hi Jehu,

    if your panel "cockpit" is already rendered, you have to call cockpit.doLayout() after adding.
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    Ext.onReady(function(){
    Ext.regModel("SimpleModel", {
    fields: ["first", "second"]
    });

    var simpleStore = Ext.create("Ext.data.Store", {
    model: "SimpleModel",
    ...
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