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  1. Thanks. Yes. I knew I could set the field manually in the toggle handler, but I was hoping for something more along the lines of "inputValue" for Radio button groups.

    Thanks,
    Brett S.
  2. I have a set of toggle buttons in a single "toggleGroup" within a form. Conceptually, all 3 buttons correspond to a single "alignment" field in the model backing the form. Thus, I'd like a value...
  3. I have the following UI:
    window
    layout 'fit'

    resizable: { handles: 'e w' }

    form

    layout { type: 'vbox', align: 'stretch' }
  4. Steps to reproduce (code snippet at end):

    Create a gridpanel that uses "grouping" feature.
    Attach a store that has autoDestroy===true.
    Reconfigure the grid with a new store instance (can be...
  5. But what if you want to disable the action in specific rows only? It seems to be way too difficult to access a component within an arbitrary cell (i.e., specific row/column) of a grid. For example,...
  6. Yes. This would be nice. I'm currently setting...

    metaData.tdCls = 'x-item-disabled'
    within the renderer function when I want a checkbox to appear disabled. What I'd really like, however, is an...
  7. I get the same error, but substituting the exe from phantomjs.org didn't fix it... Several of my colleagues get this error as well. In their case, a Windows error dialog pops up indicating that...
  8. I get the same error, but substituting the exe from phantomjs.org didn't fix it... Several of my colleagues get this error as well. In their case, a Windows error dialog pops up indicating that...
  9. Yep. That's it. Thanks.
  10. I believe there may be a Chrome V8 issue here, and I've already reported to Chrome V8; however, given that a number of Ext users are probably affected by this, you may want to modify Ext code to...
  11. I originally posted this under the thread "Tree Node Ordering", but I'm not sure that thread's still active (and the bug really isn't limited to tree node order) so I'm re-posting here...

    The...
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    The problem is that Ext's logic for detecting the presence of a stable sort won't work for Chrome. Chrome actually uses 2 different sort algorithms: a stable algorithm for small arrays, and a...
  13. Mitchell,
    If you set an element's CSS left property to something like "50%", then use getLeft to read it, you'll get the number 50 (without the percent). Really, though, a test case seems somewhat...
  14. By contrast, the setLeft method takes a string, so you could set CSS left to something like "10%". However, if you subsequently use getLeft to read the property, you'll get the number 10 (since...
  15. No problem Marc. Glad you found it useful.
  16. @stevil,
    While I don't claim to agree with the logic behind it, here's the statement from Don upon which I based my conclusions:
  17. Understood. Thanks. However, I think there may be a bit of confusion here on the difference between a goal (realistic and attainable) and a mere wish. Does anyone at Sencha still believe that they...
  18. @stevil,
    Given what we've been hearing, I would say you are an incorrigible optimist... ;-) I think it's safe to say that 2.3 performance levels are a pipe dream at this point... Also, you seem to...
  19. @rich - To accept this would be to accept a "factor of 3" baseline shift from 3.4.0 to 4.0. Given that 4.0 was supposed to shift performance in the opposite direction, it seems unreasonable to...
  20. I have spent *way* too much development time (in a project with a highly compressed schedule) attempting to optimize my application to the point that it's usable in IE8 (and it still isn't, according...
  21. I've confirmed that an EOT (Embedded Open Type) font file served from use.typekit.com is what's causing the excessive load times for API docs in IE8. At skirtle's suggestion, I used Fiddler to...
  22. @skirtle - I'm starting to suspect the following "Embedded Open Type" file, which seems to spend a long time in the status bar during page load:...
  23. A week or so ago, I did a bit of digging into the way 4.1 was generating its markup. It appears that the generateMarkup method is called (in a highly recursive fashion) to generate an array...
  24. I first noticed the issue running this way. The time to load is over 40 seconds even when I serve from localhost.



    How could it be a network issue when the abnormally long load times are...
  25. @Gummy - No. I meant IE8: Version: 8.0.7601.17514
    No idea what the difference could be between our setups. I haven't had a chance to investigate fully. I did run a few times with Developer Tools...
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