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  1. I'm not a lawyer, but I don't see how this could be a problem if you all incorporate yourself. This will increase your cost by a few hundred dollars, but it still might be worth it since you will...
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    The Ext.Array.each documentation should mention that it is possible to continue with the next iteration by just calling return;

    Calling return false; breaks out of the loop, but calling just...
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    Heh, you are right and I think this is adocumentation bug. The documentation should mention that just calling return;will skip to the next item.


    var arr = ["cat", "dog", "pangolin", "wolf"];
    ...
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    There's no way inside the each loop to jump to the next iteration, so you will need to use an if-statement instead.

    The each loop allows for breaking out of the loop by returning false, but...
  5. Did you try the Kitchen Sink demo?
  6. Please report it in the bug forum so it gets proper attention.
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    I think you need to use the Reader.transform config to manipulate the data before it is converted to records.
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    No perjury has been committed.

    The issue that I described is really not an issue for me since it doesn't negatively impact performance of the app. It doesn't bother me that the generated file is...
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    Fellas, I'm not trying to deny your experience, but you are questioning my own observations.

    I can see the issue that brian428 described could be a big deal for some companies, but according to...
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    I don't know how you use Cmd or what you expect from it in terms of functionality, but for my needs this is currently the only issue, and so far it has been partially fixed.
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    I think the Grid store config should mention that store can also be a config object, but it doesn't.

    I'm not sure if the doc should take for granted the fact that in Ext JS you can also use a...
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    I agree this could be a problem to some people, but you also need understand that free is not a synonym for cheap in any language.
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  14. It's working now.
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    Wow, interesting info, jearlu. Aaron worked at Sencha since 2007 according to LinkedIn.

    Indeed, the technical leading group is getting smaller, but they still have some very good people on the...
  16. It's working now.
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    Hmm.. I'd use getViewModel() instead of lookupViewModel().... what is there a difference?
  18. My workaround:


    Ext.define('MyTreeStore', {
    extend: 'Ext.data.TreeStore',
    ....
    constructor: function(config) {
    var me = this;
    me.callParent([config]);
    ...
  19. fiddle

    metachange event is not fired using Ext JS 5.1.0.107, but it's fired when using Ext JS 4.2.3.1255

    See also this bug.
  20. Yep, this was fixed. Here's a fiddle.
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    Thanks, I see an extra doc was added to better describe the Checkbox.setValue.

    Also, I see a very large number of improvements to inline documentation in the nightly builds.

    Good job with this...
  22. @mitchellsimoens

    Do you by any chance have a fiddle showing that this actually works in 5.1?

    I'm not able to get it to work, so I'm probably doing something wrong.
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    If nobody knows why this code is there, then perhaps it should be removed. ;)
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    What is the purpose of bodyPosProps? I don't see that it's used.

    Ext.define('Ext.panel.Panel', {
    extend: 'Ext.container.Container',
    ...


    bodyPosProps: {
    x: 'x',
    ...
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    My guesstimate: 5.1.1 likely will be released in April after SenchaCon (April 7-9).

    Right now the priority is getting ready for the conference, prepare talks, demos, etc.
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