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    It happens on Mac OS X Lion too; same Chrome version tested.
  2. Ext.button.Split href config option has no effect, probably because of an unconditioned call to preventDefault() on line 89 in button/Split.js:



    onClick: function(e, t) {
    var me = this;
    ...
  3. You might want to check Spket plugin for Eclipse; it will help you with some limited code-completion, if that's what you're looking for.
  4. You're right, I was referring to the scrolling menu...

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  5. Didn't have time to dig into it, but for some reason dynamically adding menu items doesn't seem to work in Ext 4.0.2; see http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/ext-4.0.2/examples/menu/menus.html.

    Tested on...
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    Having the gray theme back is fantastic! So far it's the only visually-"neutral" alternative we have until the theming engine itself and Neptune (?) are ready and bug-free. Some developers I've been...
  7. Try "nesting" an additional panel between the accordion items and grids.
    Here's a code snippet that works correctly:



    Ext.define('App.view.contact.List', {
    extend: 'Ext.panel.Panel',
    ...
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    Today Spket plugin for Eclipse got a quick update to support ExtJS 4:
    http://forums.spket.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1866
  9. Sorry, my mistake, not a bug... :-|

    To answer my own question, for what I need, 'telephone_number' field type must be set to auto, not string.

    Fields of type 'auto' and 'date' will handle null...
  10. It seems there's a problem with null field values in Ext.data.Model:

    I have this model:


    Ext.regModel('App.models.Contact', {
    fields: [
    { name: 'id', type: 'int' },
    {...
  11. Excellent news, thank you!
  12. I'm new with ExtJS myself and I'm afraid I can't help you with a straightforward solution... Conceptually speaking, what you're looking for is a kind of "base model" that each of your model classes...
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    Well spotted!

    I can confirm a similar behavior, a boolean defaultValue of true will override data you read from server.

    The test case is quite narrow, it only happens with boolean fields, and...
  14. This is probably a well known issue but I just wanted to add a reminder...

    Calling destroy() on a model instance does nothing and throws no error; it just ends up in an empty function call in...
  15. I've noticed this has been addressed in dev preview 3.

    Serving a response like:


    {
    "users": {
    "name":"Ed Spencer",
    "id":0
    }
  16. Excellent!

    Hopefully in the next preview we'll have the ability to delete models with Ext.data.Model.destroy()
    :)
  17. Totally agree with you :) It was simply a debate...


    I share your curiosity towards this issue. The need of an official guide on ajax/rest has been signaled on the forums already, the data...
  18. Well spotted!

    Can't confirm right now, but this is totally wrong and a dangerous bug:
  19. Just wanted to confirm the same bug as I think it is fairly important to get this fixed asap.

    I also have another suggestion: wouldn't be interesting to make Store.sync() work similarly with...
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    If you want to test this with local json files you need to use a structure like this:
    /users/1.json
    /users/2.json
    /users/3.json
    ...

    Then calling:


    User.load(n, {
  21. Interesting... Again, one of those things that call for an official guide of best practices on how server interactions should be performed with ExtJS ajax/rest proxies... :)
  22. What I'm trying to say is that, when you're only expecting to read a single entity, something like:


    record: [{ "id": 1, "name": "John Doe" }]

    makes more sense than:


    records: [{ "id": 1,...
  23. @mdavis6890

    ...which, I agree, is a better way to do it.

    However,


    records : []

    is semantically wrong if what you're expecting is actually a single entity (or a single item array) :)
  24. I haven't actually tested this, but I wonder what happens if you respond with a 4xx status code.
    It's not wrong to do so, in fact, in theory according to IEFT/RFC standards that's what you should do...
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    Have you got more time to play around with it?
    If you're thinking what I'm thinking, i.e. something like binding complex related models to forms with dynamically generated field blocks, you'll...
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