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  1. Applications written using older versions of ExtJS (namely v3.x) can't be expected to migrate to v4.x. We've built a large app against v3.x and have no time to migrate it to v4. So much has changed...
  2. So if you could change the wait time from 20 seconds to 10, why not change it to 1-2 seconds. Could you imagine Google having such a constraint?

    It is sometimes extremely frustrating when...
  3. Yes. Please remove this limit. It become frustrating when I have to refresh the page multiple times until the 20 seconds have passed.
  4. I concur with what other have said. ExtJS upgrades are an important part of our product roadmap. Given that we don't have an ExtJS roadmap (even a rough one), it makes it somewhat challenging for us.
  5. In my case, I'm running ExtJS 4.0.7 in sandbox mode together with version 3.x
  6. Was this solved? I'm also experiencing an issue where the loadmask fails to be shown in my grid.
  7. Upon closer inspection, I see the 'ext-gen' Id has been fixed with the newly added prefix. My bug report, however, relates to the the 'ext-comp' that's still missing a prefix.
  8. I'm running Ext 4.0.2

    The getId() function from the AbstractComponent and Component classes use the code I quoted above.

    Perhaps you're referring to the getXType() that gets added to the...
  9. The Ext.Component.getId() function that auto-generates an id for the component doesn't guarantee its uniqueness when used in sandbox mode together with Ext3.

    Here is the Ext4.Component.getId()...
  10. REQUIRED INFORMATION

    Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.0.2
    Browser versions tested against:

    FF5 (firebug 1.8.0 installed)
    Description:
  11. Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.0.2
    Browser versions tested against:

    FF5 (with Firebug 1.8.0)
    Description:

    When setting 'highlight: false' in a Ext.chart.series.Line, it doesn't prevent...
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    Is the increase in my browser's memory usage when using ExtJS 4 related to the problem you're describing?

    We've noticed that when ExtJS 4 is used (both in sandbox and compatibility modes) that the...
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    It looks like your chart is missing the width and height dimensions.
  14. Making a call to destroyStore() (which is a private function) destroys the store without making any calls to the server.
  15. It looks like if I don't set 'autoDestroy: true' on the store, these calls don't go out to the server when destroyed. However, I would like the store to be destroyed locally, in the browser's memory....
  16. I'm noticing the same thing here. Is there a way to prevent this?
  17. I ran into the same issue with our application, where the application's boot loader's init() ran before the other dependent javascript files were loaded into memory. With 3.2.2, all works fine.
    ...
  18. I appreciate it. Thanks.
  19. scipio, have you had a chance to review the licensing? GPL definitely doesn't work for our commercial product. Any chance of changing it?
  20. I also encountered a "too much recursion" error with the new 3.2 beta, one of which I was able to narrow down and report as a bug.

    See: http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=94054

    Perhaps...
  21. Ext version tested:

    Ext 3.2 beta


    Adapter used:

    ext
  22. Thanks Jay for your advocacy.

    Performance is perhaps the most important thing to us when it comes to ExtJS improvements.

    In IE6, for example, you could literally see the images get painted as...
  23. I noticed that only some ExtJS components/widgets use CSS sprites for the images and icons. But was wondering why hasn't this been implemented universally across all widgets and components.

    The...
  24. So what's the verdict?

    Could this extension be released under a non-GPL license?
  25. Thanks for the great work in making it faster and increasing its performance.
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