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  1. Anyone have any ideas how to even just figure out what this is?
  2. There's quite a lot of code, so I was hesitant to just post a bunch of it. Is there anything in particular you're interested in?

    I can think of three possibilities:

    - base class
    - subclass
    -...
  3. I never see this on my 15 inch MacBook Pro (Retina screen), in any browser.

    But on my 13 inch MacBook Pro, I see this problem in Safari and Chrome, both WebKit browsers. In FireFox, it works fine...
  4. Awesome! Thanks so much.

    I spent quite a bit of time trying different things, this saves me a lot of time. Hopefully it will help someone else too.
  5. I've looked in the debugger, and through all the code for the radio button, checkbox, and the Container classes.

    I did find a couple of old (3.X) forum answers on this, but that code doesn't work:...
  6. Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.

    I have a tendency to assign ID's to things; in the past it helped to keep track of things. But in JavaScript and ExtJS-land, it seems to cause more problems...
  7. I did the same thing, almost exactly. :-)

    I added a form to each window, and a couple of textfields to each form. All looked good.

    That got me thinking, what's different with what I'm doing? ...
  8. My previous response made me think that perhaps I was giving id's to the wrong thing. So I added id's and itemId's to each form.

    Unfortunately, the second form is still messed up when shown...
  9. Thanks, but I'm afraid that's not the problem I'm having. Both windows come up just fine. just as in your simple test; it's the form inside the second window that's messed up.

    I guess I'll try...
  10. I have a function which I use to display a popup window. It's been working fine for some time.

    But now I want to display a second popup from the first. What's happening is sometimes the second...
  11. Thank you.

    With so many id's, it's unnerving to mess with all of them without knowing what they're used for. I think it'd be a cleaner model to only have one id per tree node.

    I implemented my...
  12. Thanks, but I'm not explicitly duplicating anything. If there's duplication going on, it's coming from the server.

    But back to my question, which of the id's that I mentioned needs to be unique? ...
  13. I was just realizing that myself. I found if I expand both nodes called 'groups', no problem occurs, because there are 2 groups defined under product2 but none under product1.

    But nodes *happens*...
  14. I have a treepanel, and as the user clicks on the plus signs it fetches the next level of the tree from the server. All was working well.

    But now I've run into a problem where I'm getting an...
  15. So far as I know, there's no way to do this in ExtJS. I found some comments that indicate request headers are ignored on a file upload, and that was my experience too.

    So instead I resorted to...
  16. I found comments that indicate that headers are ignored when uploading a file. This should really be documented, it's crazy for developers (I'm not the only one) to be wasting time trying to get...
  17. Another way to express this is, is it possible to set the request headers on a form submission? So far I've been unsuccessful. In addition to what I already posted, I also tried this:



    ...
  18. What I posted earlier is exactly how the request should look; I didn't put it in the code brackets because technically it's not code, but I'll post it again:



    POST /<product...
  19. I've got a form that has combo and filefield controls. When the user clicks Upload, the following code is executed:



    form.submit({
    url:...
  20. I figured out the weirdness about why using an ID config for the MultiSelect control caused problems (duplication of things in subsequent invocations): it's because I'm hiding the form/panel/window....
  21. Thanks for the reply.

    The reason I was going to use an ID, is so I could get access to the control later using Ext.getCmp(ID). Why do you say it's not needed? Accessing a control from another...
  22. This is my first time doing a form, much less using a MultiSelect control.

    When the user clicks a menu item in my grid, I pop up a window/panel with a textfield (where they enter a name for the...
  23. Yes, I know, hence my confusion and bewilderment.

    I solved it with a hack. Now just before I collapse the node, I set a global variable to remember that. I then collapse the node, but don't...
  24. I started with the following code:



    refreshUIAfterDeletion: function() {
    var treeSel = this.getTreeNodeSelection(),
    me = this;

    if (treeSel !== null)...
  25. I found a way, just pass false to removeAll().

    This means the node isn't destroyed. Is there any downside to this?
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