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    This is most likely because newer browsers load scripts in parallel. This may cause the localization script to execute before the form script. You can check this by calling console.log in the first...
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    I don't have a solution for the clickable icons in the headers, but here you'll find a plugin for the tooltips.
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    The localization script should be loaded after the form, otherwise the form is not defined yet.


    <script type="text/javascript" src="dutch-provinces.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript"...
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    Then you should try a container with an hbox layout:

    http://docs.sencha.com/touch/1-1/#!/api/Ext.layout.HBoxLayout
  5. 3.x had a markDirty config, but 4.0.x has not. It will be reintroduced in 4.1. Until then you'll have to use the CSS solution.
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    Perhaps you can use a FieldContainer?
  7. Great!

    For a menu loaded from a store you can look here.
  8. Did you perhaps mix up 'myMenu' and 'startMenu'?

    And I would use one of the 'render' events.
  9. +1

    It would indeed be a nice gesture if the videos were also available to support subscribers.
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    Just put the files in ext4/src/ux/exporter.

    Also read post #21
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    Have a look here.
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    You're right skirtle and your answer is accurate, as always.
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    Just add this style:


    .x-grid-row-selected .x-grid-cell {
    text-decoration: line-through;
    }
  14. Probably will be using this in my current project.
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    Have a look at Ext.Ajax.
  16. Your code above is indeed ugly. The only way to avoid this is to restructure your program. Since you have not told us exactly what you want to accomplish it is difficult to advise.
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    You can query any attribute, so you'll just have to find/create a common one.
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    Then you can do something like this:


    var buttons = container.query('button[text=OK]');

    as is described here: Ext.ComponentQuery
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    You can use query to retrieve all buttons in a container:


    var buttons = container.query('button');
  20. For your second question:

    Handlers registered with control() are handled by the application's EventBus and AFAIK can not be unregistered. You'll have to restructure your code so the init function...
  21. Try something like this for your first question:


    var element = target.child('[xtype=panel]');

    This should find the first child with a xtype of panel.
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    listConfig: {
    minWidth: 320
    },
  23. This is a timing issue.

    The JSONP request is executed asynchronous, so the doLoad function returns before the request has finished. Any processing on the returned data should be done in the...
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    Looks like you're using an older Google Maps API? I advise you to use the latest version.

    An example of adding a marker on mouse click using the latest API can be found here:
    ...
  25. I'm using ASP.NET MVC with an Ext JS MVC application and have no problems reloading.

    After starting WebDev I continuously reload my application during Ext JS development and I don't experience...
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