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    I'd imagine that Sencha is resistant to this idea not because they think it wouldn't work, or that it wouldn't be practical, but rather because they're afraid that ExtJS could get away from them......
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    Having harped on this issue with various persons at various times, it is becoming increasingly clear, despite some overtures to the contrary, that Sencha is not interested in this kind of community...
  3. Hi rhpatel99,

    It's not clear to me what exactly you're trying to accomplish. I assume you're attempting to build a grid where one or more columns has a setter / getter. Please note that the setter...
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    Hey milas... A locking grid is actually two different grids. I believe that if you specify the plugin as config (not an object), it should work properly.
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    What's the status of this? I'm still experiencing this issue.
    alonweiss provided a good reproduction case back in July. It should not be marked as needing more information.
  6. Hey tsquared, I'm glad it worked out for you.

    ColumnSetterGetter is aimed at giving you the flexibility to render AND edit your grids with whatever data you see fit. For what it's worth,...
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    Hey jonasby

    yes there is a newer version.
    See example here:

    http://dnorman.github.com/ExtJS-Patches/example/ColumnAutoWidthPlugin.html

    I hope this works for you. let me know if you find...
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    When does Sencha plan on discontinuing IE6 support? Hopefully soon?
    It's gotta add so much bloat to the code / markup, and only the most trivial application would work decently anyway.
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    I'm experiencing this issue as well, except that it's not during a columnresize event, it's due to my ColumnAutoWidth plugin calling setWidth after catching a (buffered) refresh event.

    I don't...
  10. I was told explicitly that Architect would play nicely with branching, but so far this assertion has not held true.

    Never mind that every time I merge a branch, the main .xds file and...
  11. The thing to keep in mind is that ColumnSetterGetter doesn't create any setter/getter functions other than the default ( plain old dataIndex )

    The point of ColumnSetterGetter is to allow you to...
  12. Hey davidbuzatto,
    I just pushed the updated 4.1 code/example to my github repo. (referenced above) It only worked with 4.0.7 previously.
    Please try it out and let me know if it works for you.
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    Try my version. It's a work in progress, and may have bugs, but seems to work well enough for me.
    I spent a lot of time making it fast.
    In my tests, it's substantially faster than skirtle's version...
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    Even Ed seemed to be receptive to this possibility... two years ago!

    http://www.sencha.com/blog/ext-js-is-migrating-to-git/



    Well folks, lets demand it.
    Rabble rabble rabble rabble :D
  15. Ahhh... this is great information.

    Is the architect directory intended to be your project directory itself? or it's own sandbox?
    It's also not 100% clear to me how this plays with the SDK tools....
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    Thanks for the info Tony.

    I'll dig into this and try to determine whether it's a good jumping off point.

    That said, I don't see how a concept of sub-application solves the issue of nested...
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    I love MVC.
    At it's core: UI, Logic, and Data should each keep to themselves. A thing of beauty MVC is.

    Problem is: for more complex applications, limiting yourself to one instance of a view and...
  18. Does sencha have a position on this issue?
  19. -poke- Anyone else have this issue?
    How does one fragment an application into multiple xds files with architect 2?

    Far as I can tell, this is not possible.
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    I'm trying to attach a global error handler to stores and such, but I can't seem to find a good way to do this in sencha touch 2.

    In ext 4, one would do something to the effect of:



    ...
  21. Still getting this error now on new signups. what gives?

    Don't pull the plug on 1.2, architect isn't fully baked yet.
  22. Dipping a toe into the water with sencha architect, and everything looks real purrdy...

    Problem is:
    Architect seems to want to own my entire application, stem to stern.
    Every js file I look at...
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    Regarding support subscriptions: ExtJs is already opensource, for non-commercial use anyway.
    Were Sencha to push only public releases to the public repo, then viola! No disclosure of hotfix or other...
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    I may be living in a fantasy world, but how awesome would it be if Sencha set up a public github repo for extjs?

    As my library of "It really should work like this" and "I don't believe this code...
  25. I'm glad it worked for you.

    Sencha: Any way we can slip this one-liner into the GA release?
    Otherwise it's going to break a buttload of applications when people switch to 4.1.
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