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  1. Thank you for the pointer Condor. I actually ended up using the Flot charting library to get it done :)
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    Hehe, those specs are luckily long gone. No, I've testet it on IE 8, FF 3.6 and Opera (whatever the newest version is). My computer is a dual Pentium 2 GHz with 3 GB of ram.
    I suspect it's something...
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    Thanks for the suggestion, but the grid behaved identically both with and without the Bufferview (in the standardized version) and with the Livegrid. I worked around it by restricting the number of...
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    Hi,

    I'm currently working on a fairly basic GridPanel which gets its data from a JsonStore. When I was testing it locally it worked like a charm, but when I uploaded it to our test server Firefox...
  5. Hi,

    I'm trying to make a fairly basic column chart. My data is based on a number of activities, each of which is assigned some status (overdue, ongoing, done etc.). Ie. you have eg. 20 activities...
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    Hi,

    I'm trying to make my panel use a "proper" overlay mask when I use load and on the intial autoload which fills it. I have found the text attribute to override the default 'Loading...' text,...
  7. Thank you for the tip laurentParis! I (sort of) figured out the problem and made a workaround. It turned out that when I typed fast both my if and else statement got executed. My if statement said to...
  8. Hi,

    I have a panel containing a TextField and a GridPanel. When the user enters text in the TextField, the contents of the GridPanel is filtered accordingly. The filter works in such a way that...
  9. Aha, I think I'm onto something here. I'm using 3.2.1 locally when I'm testing with my stripped page, but when I use the more production like page, I fetch Ext from our production server and at the...
  10. Absolutely. Here it is:

    var tree = new Ext.tree.TreePanel({
    renderTo:'treepanel',
    useArrows:true,
    hidden: true,
    autoScroll:true,
    animate:true,
    ...
  11. Erm.. because I found an example with DomHelper.append which did it this way... :)
    I made them simple objects, and that solved the problem (but still doesn't explain why the behaviour was different...
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    I use the DomHelper class to create a few extra DOM elements to contain my Ext widgets. When I have run the Ext script in my almost blank testing page, the elements are created like they...
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    Doh, it was a reference to a custom css that did it. I'm just (re)using an almost stripped html file while I'm testing but had forgotten to remove the reference to this one. Thanks a bunch!
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    Hi,

    As part of the project I'm working on, I need to stick a treepanel inside an (ext)window. I used the example from the sencha pages to get started but it seems something has happened with the...
  15. Hehe, a very good point indeed. The reason I did this was because I have somewhat limited control over the originating window since it is part of a very large and enterprisey system, but I will look...
  16. Hi,

    I'm trying to create a treeview inside a overlay window which is created using the jQuery plugin jDialog. The problem, however, is getting the Ext script to be read at the correct time (I...
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