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  1. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
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    Have you looked into setting the zoomFactor property of the SDP window?

    http://docs.sencha.com/desktop-packager/1.2/#!/api/Ion.ui.Window-property-zoomFactor

    Disclosure: have never used this...
  3. Hi Robbie,

    I haven't been able to reproduce this particular issue in my own SDP app. I took my existing app, added an Ext.Ajax.request call to a remote web-service to my app, to be executed when...
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    Hi Raghav,

    I've linked this thread to our existing internal issue that is tracking work towards a built-in printing solution.
    Right now there is no direct approach. However, you can potentially...
  5. The code above is being run within your callback as you mentioned. The problem is that when the server response is received and the callback gets invoked the panel has already been rendered, so it is...
  6. See the Compatibility section of this guide for the full details. In short, this excerpt summarizes well:



    In contrast, SDK Tools is required for the earlier versions in those respective series...
  7. I'm going to go ahead and push this into our internal tracker as I do agree that there is a bug here. Thanks for working on this issue with me, we will get it fixed up!
  8. Sure enough, yes, once I cleared the cache I saw the problem again. Then that clued me into what is going on in this case. First, here is the same code with one minor change. If you run this, the...
  9. Sorry, my last message crossed over yours, I just saw your message now. I'll take another look when I can, I've become committed to a few things since I was working on this earlier today. If you...
  10. Just FYI, I went to go update the documentation for NestedList and noticed that in the next release we will actually have the variableHeights config directly configurable on NestedList (so no need to...
  11. Actually, I figured out where things are going wrong here, at least for this NestedList example. The default listConfig defined within the NestedList class is setting variableHeights to false. You...
  12. Yes, I can now see the same issue, thank you for providing the example code. I'll get this pushed into the tracker shortly. Thank you for helping us catch these things!
  13. Apologies for any misplaced advice, as Evan pointed out this should just work, so we'll get it fixed up.

    Best regards,
    --Mike
  14. A runnable test case is required for us to process these reports efficiently, otherwise we would be spending a ton of time creating test cases based off of user descriptions of the problem, which...
  15. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  16. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  17. If you inspect the elements, the display field itself isn't the problem. The problem is that the panel containing the display field isn't having it's height set or managed by any explicit layout (the...
  18. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  19. This appears to be a webkit bug, see https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=22261
  20. Thank you, I've updated the internal report.
  21. The test case illustrates the issue, but I would like to include some information in the internal report about your actual use case. What is the circumstance where you would have an attribute on a...
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    Actually, that tokenizer (WhitespaceTokenizerFactory) only splits on whitespace and any punctuation will end up included in one of the resulting tokens. I agree that we need a better solution for...
  23. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
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    Yeah, this one is a bit odd. I have min-match (mm) set to 100% (based on your earlier feedback), which works fine for simple lists of terms.

    I *think* that in this case it is treating each side...
  25. this has been fixed & merged into source about a week ago. I forced an update so this report is reflecting the fix now, not sure why it didn't pick it up earlier.
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