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    Because is IDIOTIC!

    My customer complained specific in that and is not willing to pay for the extra tires to keep it in the garage.



    You can check my posts all around and realize that I'm...
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    You don't get it, don't you?

    My services cost a lot more, problem is not the cost, is the IDIOTIC licensing scheme!

    Again:
    Will you buy 8 tires for your car NOW because you may need them in...
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    No and have no intention on doing it.

    After 84 pages on this thread talking about licensing and no change, why wasting my time?
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    I just lost a sale because the licensing.

    Everything went well:
    - L&F / Theme > Liked!
    - Final product versatility > Liked!
    - Component model > Liked!
    - MVC / MVVM > Liked!
    - Sencha Architect...
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    Last week I bumped with a nice book called "In search of stupidity" (http://www.insearchofstupidity.com/).

    This books tells the story of why once industry leaders (are you old enough to remember...
  6. If my memory serves me well you can delete one of them (not sure if both) removing the respective file from project's metadada folder.
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    I wonder why you need jQuery on ExtJS or Touch App?

    Would you please enlight us?
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    Imagine that you are a Developer looking for a new JS framework.
    You bump with ExtJS.
    You look the demos (cool! nice! woo!...)
    You look at the demos code (easy! components!...)
    You decide that...
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    IMHO qooxdo is better than dojo.
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    The only way when your operation is asynchronous, Ajax call for example:



    var win = Ext.MessageBox.wait('Loading, 'wait');
    Ext.Ajax.request({
    ...
    callback: function() {
    win.hide();...
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    Not quite sure what you want to accomplish but for constants you have at least two options:

    1. Add a JS resource and create your constants there.l
    2. Add a new class and make it singleton. Then...
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    While I will keep developing with ExtJS certainly I will not promote its use.
  13. As my boss says: one day at a time.
    For now I will pay my renewal (just waiting for my Credit Card cut off day), next year will be "another day".



    Yep, the cost now is not only high in terms...
  14. I have one for stores, one for form.submit() and one for Ajax.request().

    Considering ALL that can go wrong is a waste of time.

    Regards.
  15. Hi.

    I have a grid which has a composite column with some child like:

    {
    xtype: 'gridcolumn',
    dataIndex: 'string',
    ...
  16. I haven't found any use for chained stores yet.

    Each view in the system normally sees a different data set. For example: transactions for specific customer: save view class, same store definition,...
  17. Nope.
    The intent is use the store as class definition with is own state and DATA.

    Regards.
  18. Seems that.

    I attach a generic exception handler routine which shows the error to the user and depending on the kind of error reloads the page or simply does nothing. I wrote that handler some...
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    From FAQ:

    "Most of our end-users are software developers working in large, often geographically dispersed teams, and this approach to providing our products made the most sense for the vast...
  20. Add to your afterRender event:


    console.log(this.CLIENTID);


    Before setting the links.


    Chances are that both views are created with the same CLIENTID.
  21. I just bump with this on 5.0.2

    :(
  22. I have the same problem on Win XP SP3.

    BTW it doesn't occurs often and haven't found a pattern.

    Regards.
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    To what customer are you referring?

    Yours or Sencha's?

    If former, he/she doesn't need a license unless he/she will have developers.
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    The guy changing Sencha's price policy knows its job: Make money for the shareholders.

    All of us have a decision to make:

    - Take the bullet, prepare the checkbook and pay for the higher price....
  25. I'm pretty sure that after that lecture you will be fine.
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