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    Thalton,
    As far as I know it has always worked like this....
    Now my timezone is UTC - 3 hours so the dates will be displayed as below in a datecolumn with 'd/m/Y H:i: s':
    date :...
  2. I don't think the Ext.draw.Container class is working.... a simple code straight from the examples like the one below is not working...



    Ext.application({
    name : 'MyApp',

    ...
  3. Hi,

    I'm not sure if this is a bug or the correct behavior but this is what's happening
    Lets say I have a gridpanel or combobox with an afterrender listener like this:


    ...
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    I modified the logic a little bit so different DateTime formats like 'c' would work too.

    New .aux version and screenshots available on GitHub.
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    Hi guys,


    I created a simple DateTime Field User Extension that would like to share with you. This might be useful for someone that needs to work with Dates and Times and would like to avoid...
  6. Alright :) Thanks for the update here.
  7. Well if this is the standard behavior while I'm only using Architect and changing the library path will prevent me of being able to build project, I think there should be at least a warning saying...
  8. Hi,

    Can you replace your store with the following code and see if it works?



    me.store.load({
    scope: me,
    callback: function(){
    me.store.data.each(function(records) {
  9. I have changed the Library Base Path to 'resources/js/ext/'
    Whenever I try to build my project it keeps complaning that it couldnt find ext-theme-neptune.
    It only worked after I made a copy of...
  10. Select your column and type text on your searchbox. It will not find any results but you can click on add. (Pic Below).

    49432

    Once you have added the property, you can define it's value.
  11. Take a look at my fiddle using ExtJS 4.2.1.
    You will notice that the first load places the loader to the left....
    But if you change the ExtJS version to 4.2 - Nightly or 5.... this doesnt happen....
  12. Hi,

    Component.height will return the height that you set for your component.
    And according to the source code, component.getHeight() will call component.el.getHeight()....
    that will return that...
  13. I could be wrong but you don't change the root of a reader after it's instance has been created.

    Try doing this way:



    listeners: {
    beforeload: function(store, operation, eOpts) { ...
  14. Seems to be a bug with 4.2.1 that was corrected on 4.2.2.

    It was trying to display the loaderMask before the container was fully loaded.
    An alternative is to set your code like this:


    ...
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    Well you could do that without ExtJS...


    var loadCssFunction = function(filename) {
    var fileref=document.createElement("link");
    fileref.setAttribute("rel", "stylesheet");
    ...
  16. Try creating a CSS class like this:



    .myLoader {
    left : 0px !important;
    top: initial !important;
    bottom : 0px !important;
    }
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    This might help: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?132328-CLOSED-ComboBox-using-Grid-instead-of-BoundList


    Here you can replace your combo box bound list with a grid that supports...
  18. Hi,

    It's been almost a year since this thread was started and this feature is still not available.
    Will it ever be?

    Thanks
  19. You should be able to call your sencha functions the same way you call regular javascript functions...
    I don't know how your applets work, but for applets inside the SAP engine for example you have...
  20. I haven't worked with XTemplates all that much but as far as I know, if you want to run scripts inside templates, you need to use {% %} instead of putting it between tags..like {%...
  21. Well, if you want to create a button inside your template, you should use standard HTML to create it...


    '<tpl for=".">' +
    '<div class="patient-source"><table><tbody>' +
    ...
  22. Hum, the way I see it, what you are trying to accomplish it will be very hard the way you are building your app because as far as I know only panels can be dragged outside of their container.

    So,...
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    Like this?


    Ext.create('Ext.Button', {
    text : 'Menu button',
    renderTo : Ext.getBody(),
    arrowAlign: 'bottom',
    menu : [
    {text: 'Item 1'},
    {text:...
  24. add the button param to your resetForm function and reference the form with button.up('form') like this..



    resetForm: function(button){
    button.up('form').getForm().reset();
  25. I've attached a zip file with a case test.

    Thanks,
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