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    Thanks for your comprehensive response and explanation of what seems to be a genuine mistake (and that on Gartner's part). I'm very happy to be a reference for Sencha. I'm simply not happy dealing...
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    I'm being e-mail spammed, unacceptably, by the Gartner idiots, because " Your Mobile Enterprise Application Platform vendor (Sencha) provided us with your contact information". I never gave you the...
  3. It seems to be scroller/animation-related.

    During a panel-switch animation (e.g. a slide from one tab to the next) the TabBar icons disappear and then reappear (set cardSwitchAnimation: false and...
  4. See the User Interface->Icons page of the Kitchen Sink demo for a straightforward example.

    In my real world apps, the icons sometime show and sometimes don't, with no apparent logic to their...
  5. Hey - then we were all working with (very) flaky/variable Beta code and docs that were massively out of sync with the actual code base. And core files that broke every time you moved up a (Beta)...
  6. I've finally got around to putting the sources for TravelMate (one of the three winners in Sencha's app contest last year) on GitHub - until now I've just been mailing out a .zip file to anyone who...
  7. Is this something that can be handled by a plugin? It would be hugely useful...
  8. In some circumstances (and the Forms example shows this) a textareafield being edited within a complex form loses its default behaviour in iOS and desktop Safari.

    Even with
    style: {
    ...
  9. Hmm... Actually, it can be made to work just fine. I was using (and hacking) the Forms example code, and getting the problems above. Interestingly, the problems extend to desktop Safari, where the...
  10. I try to avoid inline styling, but (as an FYI) your code would need to be:
    style: {webkitUserSelect: 'text'}
    to get the magnifying glass - except that still doesn't work because of the default...
  11. This thread duplicates http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?114624
  12. Quick thoughts:

    When you inspect the element in the Safari (or Chrome) Web Inspector is that 54px height surviving, or is it maybe being overridden? Sencha Touch can assign multiple classes to an...
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    Er... you're using a 60x60 pixel background on a 40x40 pixel button. It will fall off the bottom and sides unless you use size it:
    .btnAction {
    background: url(../action.png) !important;
    ...
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    The answer can be found by walking the DOM using Web Inspector - your CSS isn't quite where you'd expect (or, arguably, it should) be in the cascade and so is being overridden.

    But, change ...
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    Seeing the "adjustments" may help people work out why they're not working...
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    There are several approaches that work. However, the cleanest way would probably be to use an Ext.Button, assign a class to it ("cls: 'myBtnClass',", say), and then style it via your app-specific CSS...
  17. While the Sencha Touch API doesn't have any built-in "native" handling of SQLite, it's important to clarify that there's nothing to stop you using it in a Sencha Touch-powered app, and for certain...
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    I'm not convinced it's really a bug, actually. After all, Ext.Msg is simply "A global shared singleton instance of the Ext.MessageBox class" (my emphasis).

    If you want to avoid the inherent...
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    Try the kludge I've posted to http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?116076 - a very small maxHeight followed by a very large one, with doLayout() calls in-between will do the trick of (in...
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    This behavious is easy to reproduce and (in a kludgy way) easy to fix. The heart of the matter is that you're dealing with the same "Ext.Msg" object.

    As follows - code modified from the...
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    While it's being fixed, it's a good idea bang the minified version through ProCSSor to get a prettified (and readable) version.
  22. Everybody does, unfortunately (it's a known and noted bug elsewhere).

    While it's being fixed, it's easy enough bang the minified version through ProCSSor: http://procssor.com to get a prettified...
  23. The Top 10 are now rotating at the top of the main contest page http://www.sencha.com/contest/.

    I'm extremely proud to be there - and seriously impressed by the other nine!
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    Yup, "id" is supported, and here's an easy way to show it:

    Just open up examples/toolbar/index.js, add
    id:'testId', after line 14's
    var buttonsGroup1 = [{ save the file, open it in Safari (or...
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    Doesn't

    { text: 'button 1', flex: '1', id: 'myBtn1'}
    work for you?
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