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  1. Unfortunately multi-level Container extension is not a pattern that Architect supports out of the box. And to be honest it can be an awkward pattern even if you're using the framework directly,...
  2. It's very possible that this is a problem with the Sencha Touch documentation. As you can see in the API docs, it is clearly defined as only accepting a String:
    ...
  3. Apologies, I should have given an example. It should be much simpler than that:



    Ext.define('Operations.override.grid.View', {
    override: 'Ext.grid.View',
    loadMask: false
    });
  4. This should work:

    - Find "Grid View" in the toolbox
    - Right-click it and select "Create override for this class"
    - Find the newly added "View.js" in the project inspector under Resources
    -...
  5. I think the best approach for sharing controller methods in Architect is to create a Class with those methods, then add it to the mixins of each individual controller.
  6. Shawn is correct, Process Config is currently the best way to achieve this, in Ext JS. For Sencha Touch projects you can usually override initialize or initConfig. We realize neither of these...
  7. I would probably approach this by creating a plain Class (drag Class from the toolbox onto the Controllers node in the inspector) and put the shared methods there, then use that class in the 'mixins'...
  8. When I load your attached app in the browser as a non-packaged web app, I do not get the error you describe and the app runs as expected except for some missing images. Screenshot:...
  9. I see in your app that you're set up for Android simulation. Is the error occurring when you try simulating on Android? Does it work properly in other situations, such as running as a normal...
  10. You wouldn't be able to set scope to 'this' directly, because the itemTpl config is assigned at class definition time, not instantiation time, so there is no 'this' reference (actually there is but...
  11. The .xds file does not contain enough information for us to debug your project; you also need the metadata directory at the very least. Easiest thing is to do File->Archive Project and attach the...
  12. Select the column and change its "createAlias" to the xtype of your custom subclass.
  13. Thanks for the input, folks. This is a fairly common request, so we're currently looking at implementing something like it for the next major Architect release.
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    Do you always have the full set of data for each user and all their addresses present locally? If so, you should be able to write a filterFn that loops through the addresses for each user. If you've...
  15. Try without using refs, and just putting the selectors in the control block instead. I'm guessing that the refs are evaluated once and cached.
  16. For future developer reference, the applyIf issue is tracked as DSGNR-4923
  17. That could be tricky. If your button is going to be generated via markup then it can't be selected via ComponentQuery (since it's not a Component.) Probably what you'll need to do is implement some...
  18. I'm wondering if this might be due to a known bug where configs that have default values (like renderTpl) are not applied due to the use of applyIf in the generated code.

    Give this a try:
    In the...
  19. Yikes, sounds bad! Architect does store its last window state (normal/fullscreen) in its local storage; maybe it's trying to put itself back in that state on launch but not actually triggering the OS...
  20. Do you get the same error when previewing your app in the browser? If so, you should be able to get a useful stack trace of the error to see where the framework is throwing.
  21. Can you tell me how you went about installing this extension? I want to follow your steps so I can try reproducing your issue.
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    I think this is more of a general Ext JS framework question than an Architect question, but I've given it a try and I can't even get the tree to render any nodes if I specify the root on the tree...
  23. It's impossible to tell from just that message. Does it happen at a particular time, such as when you are viewing a specific component in the design view?
  24. This should work as you expect. The error message sounds like perhaps the grid's store is not getting imported or set properly? If you'd like, you can right-click your toolbox item and choose Export...
  25. Please provide more detail about what exactly you are trying to do, how you're trying to achieve it, and what's going wrong.
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