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    ものすごくすばらしい~!ほしい!

    Very very very cool! I want it! :)
  2. Mask the tabpanel using Ext.LoadMask just before the data loading and unmask it afterwards.
  3. http://www.vinylfox.com/plugin-set-for-additional-extjs-htmleditor-buttons/

    The WordPaste plugin seems like the one you are looking for.
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    Just send the whole file to server and let the server do the reading and processing of the data.
  5. http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples/tabs/tabs.html

    See the source code to see how they disabled the 5th tab on the second tabpanels

    You might also want to explore the possibility of creating...
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    That is very simple. Disable it first, and only enable it after the callback.
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    Does nothing what? Where is the event listener or even the function that handles form submit? I see no function? You got magic in there?
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    Authentication = check user identity
    Authorization = check if the identity is authorized to do stuff

    There are many ways to do it. One way:

    - upon authenticating the user, create a hash value...
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    Why didn't you use Ext.form.RadioGroup and save yourself from the trouble?

    Sample here: http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples/form/check-radio.html
  10. I'm amazed to see how sometimes people prefer to manually re-type code when copy-pasting is the way to go ... especially when asking for help on code error ...
  11. ExtJS + jQuery + ASP.NET in one page? Good luck with debugging it ... :P
  12. grow: true
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    And we don't need to specify height? Is there any auto-height magic involved when a toolbar is the north region of a borderlayout?
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    Me not understanding you english.

    Learn english. Don't rely on translators ...
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    Viewport doesn't have a toolbar. It's not a Panel. So, you either need to use a layout and add a toolbar as an item (like the OP is doing), or add a panel to the viewport (overnest?) to add the...
  16. Ah you are right. I totally missed that. But surely you should elaborate more on it since I don't think the OP is familiar with the scoping concept in javascript ;)
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    How about asking the person who posted that screenshot in that thread itself? Why spawn a new thread if there is existing thread on the same topic? Did you use the search facility before creating...
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    listeners: {
    render: function(editor) {
    editor.getToolbar().insertButton(5, {
    iconCls: 'x-icon-addimage',
    handler: function(b,e) {
    ...
  19. The items should have the same name.
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    Why not use CardLayout on the center region and simply do an add-and-switch action (add the second panel/item then call setActiveItem() to activate it)?
  21. Confirmed. Anyway, this should go into the Ext:Bugs section.
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    tabs2 or tab2?

    Make up your mind!
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    How do you merge them on the data level? (recall that each grid row corresponds to a grid's store record)

    How about using the old plain table with rowspan attribute?
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    Then just enclose the line

    tab2.get(1).add(formulario);inside the Ext.onReady() ..

    whatever you do, you can only use the tab2 inside Ext.onReady() because there is where you define it.

    If...
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    You should also enclose the whole code in myform.js inside Ext.onReady(function(){ .. }); just like your tab definition ...
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