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  1. So how do I get it to recalculate the text width after I show it?
  2. I have a TitleBar with several buttons. If the screen is not wide enough to fit the title and the buttons, it will rightly truncate the title, e.g. if the title is "My Long Title":

    [BUTTON] My...
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    Turns out I can go with detection based on the viewport size. It's not ideal, but it will work since my app basically has two versions of the UI: one for small screens and one for large screens.
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    In another thread, someone said that Sencha Touch considers the Kindle Fire as a phone. My question is how to override this behavior. I would like Ext.os.is.Tablet to return true for Kindle Fire, or...
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    The reason was because I had a bunch of text that I needed to break up into pages. Rather than figure out how to break up the text into carousel items, I set the column width to the width of the...
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    Take a look at this:

    http://www.senchafiddle.com/#2ylf6

    It is a carousel with one really wide item (overflowing) and two empty items. I would expect (and I would like) to see "Three" when I...
  7. Our app (for iOS and Android) requires the ability to lock the current orientation and force specific orientations programmatically on the device. Currently we implement this as a native PhoneGap...
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    Thanks, ActionSheet was the answer. I had tried it before with no luck. After looking into it more, it turned out to be a problem with my CSS.

    Not being able to dock a regular Sheet on bottom...
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    This doesn't seem to work as expected:



    this.toolbarSheet = Ext.create('Ext.Sheet', {
    docked: 'bottom',
    stretchY: false,
    stretchX: true,
    items: [
    {
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    Thanks! Seems to work. It doesn't appear to be in the documentation though.
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    I'm migrating some code from Sencha Touch 1 to 2. In many of the views there are calls to this.scroller.getOffset() which no longer work. I found that this.getScrollable().getScroller() will give me...
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