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    I'd like to display map tiles. However, it is not a "normal" map but simply a set of flat square tiles like a chess board. I'm looking for the simplest way to implement this.

    Perhaps, I can reuse...
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    Thanks. That's better, not but exactly what I wanted to achieve. I'd like to have only one label to the left and multiple radio buttons without text, just images. Switching the fieldset's layout to...
  3. Looking into the source, the intended behavior is indeed to add the data, not to replace it. I'm now using a Ext.data.Store instance to wrap my data and it works.

    Stefan
  4. Are you looking for `Ext.field.Select`?

    Stefan
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    I got the same error with 2.0 beta 3 and assumed they're not supposed to be reused.

    Stefan
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    This should do the trick, I think:

    Ext.create('Ext.Panel', { scrollable: {
    direction: 'vertical'
    },
    html: 'your <b>HTML</b>'
    }

    Stefan
  7. You need to define the container's layout, for example `layout: 'vbox'`. Or add a `docked` property to your components.

    Stefan
  8. I have a panel with a list view. In the panel's activate event I set the list view's data like so:


    activate: function() {
    var me = this;
    ...
  9. No. I don't even know about that. I haven't looked into the Application object yet. Would that help with the Android back key? All I'm doing is using a Ext.navigation.View where I use the push()...
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    I tried, but this doesn't work. My best guess ist, that Ext.field.Field's are somewhat special and are wrapped in table cells or something. If I construct a fieldset containing a panel with hbox...
  11. The following code shows a "Back" button but I'd have expected a "Foobar" button. The same is true, if I explicitly push a panel to the navigation view.


    launch: function() {
    ...
  12. Looking into the source code of Ext.navigation.View, it seems, this config option is completely ignored. The embedded Ext.navigation.Bar seems to have its own defaultBackButtonText config option, but...
  13. Using a NavigationView gives you the typical iOS behavior. This is nice. Is there a way to automatically hide the back button on Android and use Android's hardware/virtual back button instead?
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    Inside a fieldset row, I'd like to show multiple radio buttons, not just one. Is there a way to achieve this? I'd also like to change the default check mark to something different, namely a +1, 0 and...
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    Hi again,

    still evaluating GWT (and ExtGWT) for use as an extensible editor. To create detail editor panes, it would be helpful to specify the widgets in some other way that creating each with...
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    Hi,

    I'm currently evaluating GWT (and ExtGWT) for possible use. We need to create a rich editor application that is extendable by others. Let's assume there is a tool bar and the usual project...
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