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    yup insanely fast. go get it guys.
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    frankly I don't know...

    I actually thought that
    $("div:first") was the same as
    jQuery("div:first")

    I tried it out in some of my projects that is using jQuery, and the highlight function...
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    hey Ryan,

    it's because Ext.query returns DOM elements without the Ext wrapping (called a composite)

    this will do it for ya:

    Ext.select("div:first").highlight();

    :)
  4. http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7046 :)
  5. I have the same problem :s
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    Even if your database and your html encoding is in UTF-8, it doesn't force your string to be in utf-8! You have to know how the string was encoded before you add it in a table. thats when you do your...
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    can't agree more here. :)



    exactly. you need to be aware that there's no such thing as a raw string. Every string has an encoding whether you know it or not.

    falz, you also have to not trust...
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    hey falz,
    I make french web apps as well and here's what I do to make encodings work on both client and server side.

    here are some scenarios:

    [LIST=1]
    database encoding: utf8-unicode-ci |...
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    var myObj = function(){
    return {
    init : function(){
    this.myVar = "Only available within this block!"
    }
    , insideTest : function(){
    alert(this.myVar);
    }
    }
    }();
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    hey canadian fellows, we might as well make a canadian discussion group no? :)
  11. here's an article on HTML 5 written by our JS god :)

    http://www.crockford.com/html/

    his html fix suggestions are quite logical and I tend to agree to most of them. especially the css and...
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    I do almost the same thing under Python.
    The only problem I could foresee is debugging your js code when it's compressed.
    I added a "switcher" config variable to compress JS or not depending on its...
  13. http://extjs.com/deploy/ext/docs/output/Ext.Ajax.html

    Ext.Ajax might be just what you're looking for Tony :)
  14. Ext.query("input[id^=" + id + "][value!='']")


    in red : double quotes
    in blue : single quotes

    this works alright in FF and IE
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    hmm probably but you'd have to calculate all the node's height depending on which ones are open or not and size the container correctly. this could be do-able alright
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    :) it's quite a beautiful work dude!
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    heard of it and tried it out with many web apps (BaseCamp, gmail, google agenda, our own real estate web app) successfully. it is indeed a slim down Firefox with no tabs, no extension whatsoever....
  18. do you have a screenshot?
  19. good news indeed. ;)
  20. Hey James,

    yea dude ExtJs would work for the things you want man. Our real estate website does just that. We have this advanced search section with a hellova lot of JS and every other part has...
  21. ohh I'm not saying it's difficult dogomatic (fellow canadian!). It's just simpler to use controls that are meant to be in 3 states already than making up your own and confusing users on the checkbox...
  22. a checkbox is only for 2 states. I'd use 3 radio buttons or a combobox with 3 options if I were you. that is much simpler than overriding a class...:)
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    character encoding needs to be done on the server side dudo.

    If your html page is in utf-8, then you need to encode your strings into utf-8 before sending it in JSON format. check your database's...
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    hey Jimmy,

    the displayInfo not being at the right place is usually a problem with one of its parent node being in relative or absolute position if I recall correctly.

    check out the CSS of the...
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    you don't need to fetch the id of the currently selected node. The Tree's loader xhr call fires with the selected id as the "node" GET parameter.
    so the call will look like this once you expand an...
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