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    Well, it seems it was an unpredictable load problem. I don't know why but in my store object model has been defined as an ImplicitModel instead of model I specified in store definition.
    I add the...
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    Damn it! Any ideas why?

    By the way, I organize model, store and view in MVC manner. May be that's matters?
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    It doesn't work for me. Please post here console log you got.
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    OK, here you are.

    model:


    Ext.define('APP.model.Task', {
    extend: 'Ext.data.Model',
    fields: [
    { name: 'id' },
    { name: 'title' },
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    Yes of course I did. When I load data from the store at page load I receive tree with all fields filled correctly.
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    Hello world!

    I have a treepanel with columns defined:


    { // treepanel
    ...
  7. I have the same problem. Did you resolve it? Here it is http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?208484-tree.Panel-drag-n-drop-on-fly-dropped-item-modification

    I think it may be an issue with a...
  8. Hi Scott,

    No, these examples doesn't help me. They are simple and doesn't include dropped item modification in beforedrop handler. Can I modify an item in beforedrop? Is it possible?

    Best...
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    Nevertheless, try to specify copy: true in viewConfig. It looks like data object in beforedrop event doesn't influence to dropped item behavior.
  10. Hello world!


    I have two tree.Panel with different stores and one item I want to drop from one to another. Actually, in the first tree I have a component list - user choose one element, drag it...
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    You need to add the following to your tree.Panel definition


    viewConfig: {
    copy: true
    }
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