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  1. After more searching and asking in other forums, I've come to understand that it's part of Sencha strategy to make the commercial license incomprehensible and with several loopholes that make most...
  2. I'd like to explain more about the ridiculous situation in scenario 2:

    - I develop the application using the GPL version, decide I'm not a businessperson and sell all rights to another company so...
  3. Thanks for the response! Indeed that's the offending part of the license. I know it's necessary for my customers to have a non-GPL version if I sell them code for them to build distributable apps...
  4. It's hard to get a clear answer to licensing questions so I'll make this REALLY simple.

    If I buy a commercial license of EXT JS 4 and develop commercial software using GeoExt (released under MIT...
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    I'll try to put this in clearer terms. I'm allowed to add functionality to Linux or even to Windows under their shared source agreements, or any other open source or commercial software. Then I can...
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    Typically a copyright holder is allowed to release their work under several licenses, like Sencha is doing. The unusual thing here is that code developed for release under GPL cannot be released...
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    I didn't get a response through the contact form so maybe someone here knows the answer. In the commercial license it states:

    If You, or another third party, has, at any time, developed all (or...
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    At least under OS X in Chrome and Firefox many tooltips are still broken, not showing the last word of the text. This is visible for example in the row editing demo:
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