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  1. Thanks for the post, Jason. (I don't use ExtJS at the moment for various reasons -- the attitude in this thread certainly being one of them -- but I got the thread update notification.)

    Just...
  2. Jack, that tone seems uncalled-for.

    Please re-read this post. You've said:



    And I've said:
  3. I haven't actually done this, but two things I notice about the above: First, you don't need to declare a reader, see http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs/?class=Ext.form.BasicForm&member=reader, if you...
  4. I don't know if any of the examples does it. You'll be glad to know that it's really, really easy, though; it's built in. Check out http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs/?class=Ext.form.BasicForm and...
  5. I don't think it is, but check out this thread on an extension that does it (I think): http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=17942
  6. That's what I'm suggesting too -- a direct link to the member. Sorry, I thought it was a direct link to the member, but that was only because I'd used...
  7. I just meant something more obvious for grabbing and pasting in the forums. I think most people don't even realise that the arrow is a permalink. And of course, you have to remove the "#expand" off...
  8. Hi folks,

    Anyone who's read any of Animal's posts knows that the API tool supports permalinks via the "class" and "member" parameters (which is cool): ...
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    The success, failure, headers, and params options to the request method are all documented in the API docs are far as I can tell: http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs/?class=Ext.Ajax&member=request Am I...
  10. Indeed, the getForm() method is documented but the form property isn't, and so it could disappear at any time. :)
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    The index page for the examples (ext-2.0-rc1/examples/index.html) does something like that, check it out here: http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples/.
  12. Your FormPanel's items config needs to be an array; surround the element defining the TabPanel with square brackets ([]). I don't know that that's the problem, but I noticed the brackets were...
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    You're calling field.disabled(). You want field.disable() (no final "d") (or field.setDisabled(true)).
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    This is a duplicate of this thread. See replies there.
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    Yes, grouping together capabilities into roles can dramatically simplify administration [I'm sure there's a design pattern someone's worked out for this somewhere, not sure if it was in the original...
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    @micheleo: I can see why you want to use an ACL object -- you're trying to make sure your main script can be cached, right? So you serve up the ACL as a JSON response from the login, that kind of...
  17. @devnull: Yes, in my experience if you specify a waitMsg, the form is completely disabled. I didn't want to use a waitMsg and didn't like the look of the form if I disabled the whole thing, so I...
  18. You've lost me -- does AbsoluteLayout have center and south regions? I thought that was BorderLayout. AbsoluteLayout "...Inherits the anchoring of Ext.layout.AnchorLayout and adds the ability for...
  19. np, happy to help.



    You know, I saw them, but assumed they were just for managing history manipulation. (Why? I couldn't tell you. Terminology holdover from a different framework I evaluated...
  20. Can you post a trimmed-down example of what you're doing? We might see something...
  21. I don't immediately see what's wrong with your code, but for what it's worth, I wanted to disable all of the fields and buttons in a form without using a wait mask, so I wrote this function:

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  22. Indeed not -- if it were important, we'd want to ask mystix to do it in that doc thread. :) Me, I don't need it for anything...

    So you're not an ExtJS LLC staff member? I thought you probably...
  23. Well that's the thing, some config options end up as properties, others don't. Unless the promise is there (via documentation), I don't think code should rely on things. Anything undocumented can...
  24. LOL



    Only as a config option, as far as I can tell, not as a property post-construction. Am I missing it somewhere in the hierarchy?
  25. I don't think it will. In theory it would be looking for a title property on the scope in which you executed the above code; at the point where you're saying "scope: this", "this" would still be the...
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