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  1. Adding combineLabels:true definitely fixed the alignment; however, when I add a second field to my fieldcontainer it comma-separates all the field container labels into the first field container...
  2. Ext version tested:

    Browser versions tested against:
    IE 11 Firefox 28.0 Chrome 34.0.1847.131 m

    DOCTYPE tested against:
    <!DOCTYPE html>
  3. You will see this error when the sencha.jar is not found in the java classpath:

  4. Mitchell,

    Thanks for the reply. Unless there is a new ExtJS pattern I'm unfamiliar with I had come to understand that:

    childEls + renderTpl (and the childEls {id}-child id syntax) + getTargetEl...
  5. Using ExtJS 4.1.1a when I load this simplified testbed:

    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <meta content="text/html; charset=utf-8" http-equiv="Content-Type">
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    I realize now my issue is that I was executing the sencha cmd against ExtJS 4.1.2 and not ExtJS 4.1.1a or ExtJS 4.1.2a ... I started from scratch with one of the 'a' sdks and everything seems to be...
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    Thanks for the debug tip, Don. I will give that a look later. For my index-dev.html page I copied the x-compile section from the Sencha cmd Single Page Apps Guide:

    <!-- <x-compile> -->
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    I am having similar trouble getting only dependencies to be included in the all-classes.js output file. In my old build process with sencha-sdk-2.0.0 I could issue this command:

  9. Anyone have luck writing an ExtJS 4 chrome extension using manifest_version 2 ?

    I am able to launch my app without trouble using manifest_version 1, but using the workarounds in the discussions...
  10. Updated the bug report to include debugging done, a possible fix, and override.

    Ext version tested:
    Ext 4.1 Ext 4.0.7

    Browser versions tested against:
    Chrome 18.0.1025.168 m Safari 5.0.4 Firefox 12 (firebug 1.9.1 installed) IE 9

    DOCTYPE tested...
  12. Just ran in to this, and posting the solution so when I forget I can find it again. Define a template member function that you invoke using the {[ ... ]} syntax passing the currently scoped values...
  13. None of the previously proposed solutions in the thread work (Ext JS 4.0.5); they all throw the same error: 'MyApp is not defined'.

    You can see in the code below the application is not immediately...
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    Small typo in the Further Reading section of the Getting Started guide:!/guide/getting_started

    4. Further Reading

    Layouts and Containsers

  15. This is clearly not a pressing issue at all. I first ran into it when I used extra whitespace between my component xtypes because they were very verbose and used dashes and the extra separation...

    Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.0.5

    Browser versions tested against:
  17. Here is a complete testbed which fixes the problem by overriding Ext.AbstractComponent.getXTypes(). This was the easiest way for me to deliver a fix in 1 piece.

    My first attempt at this solution...
  18. I found the same thing when wiring up the events for a combobox. The selector only works against the first item declared in a class definition ('combobox' works, 'combo' does not work)

  19. The constructor does not check for existing me.groupers, me.groupField or me.groupDir properties to see if grouping has been pre-defined on the store. It only looks for grouping...
  20. This is a zero-impact bug, just housekeeping.

    ext-3.0.3/src/widgets/PagingToolbar.js :: line 416 - 426

    // private
    getParams : function(){
    //retain backwards compat, allow...
  21. Back in my day...

    My startup had a booth at the SXSW tradeshow in the mid 90s. We were one of the only companies that required an internet connection. Microsoft had a booth next to ours where...
  22. I'll be attending. Looks like they finally put the panel schedule up so now comes the hard part of choosing.
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    I wish it were always as simple as document.body. Setting the document.body.scrollTop has no effect unless operating in quirks mode.

    My testbed used...
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    This work-around is very implementation specific. The id-of-container-element must be configured to scroll. In my example below, without adding the height and overflow attributes the scroll into...
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