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  1. If it were up to me, I guess I'd put one copy in the development folder somewhere (perhaps directly in bootstrap.css), and the build would get its own copy.
  2. Thank you for the response, but if you look at my example you'll see that I tried that. I have a renderer on the series, and the breakpoint is not being hit. Do you have a code snippet (suitable for...
  3. Here's an example (suitable for Live Preview) that plots two radar series. An image of the running chart is below.

    The series for data1 should plot entirely within the other -- all its data...
  4. I'd need to render each vertex marker in a radar chart, but I can't figure where to specify a renderer. What's the syntax?

    Here's a code snippet where I'm trying every place I can think of, but...
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    Yes, Ext.data.Store has a fields:[], configured exactly like what's used in a model declaration.

    See: http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/4.2.1/#!/api/Ext.data.Store-cfg-fields
  6. I would like it to omit references to the build. If I didn't need the reference before the build, I shouldn't need it after the build. But by having it there, I am not free to move or delete the...
  7. If you do a sencha app build it updates the application's bootstrap.css to reference the css in the build folder. This seems like an unnecessary and bad dependency. If the build folder is moved or...
  8. Thanks!

    :-D
  9. Hi everyone.

    Does anyone know how to get the XMLHttpRequest#responseText from a data store? The situation is that my server provides additional meta data in the response that I need to get to...
  10. So in summary, the "bug" was me using format rather than dateFormat (and I was confused by the second date column actually working using format).

    Thanks for the help. :-)
  11. REQUIRED INFORMATION

    Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.1.0 release date April 20
    Browser versions tested against:Description:

    Date column does not work with a "U" formatted date string
    Test Case:
  12. No, I mean I only want it to fire once. Right now I set a flag and put an if statement in the event handler. So it's run each time, but I only do something the first time in. I only want the event to...
  13. So how should I handle this situation? I'd like to put an un() in the event handler to remove itself from from firing again. But as you say, it looks like the component isn't holding and firing the...
  14. So how does one use refs and control to get a reference to the store, then listen to one of its events?
  15. In the past, if one wanted an event handler to run once, the syntax was to specify an options object to be passed to the event listener, passing single: true. I'd like to do that in a event handler...
  16. FYI, my code worked under pr2. It no longer works under pr4.
  17. I have an Ext.tab.Panel subclass. In its initialize() method I'm adding items via add(), passing a configuration object for the two tab items it needs. (I can't add them via the "items" property...
  18. Duh, whoops. I meant to post this on the Touch 2 forum. I'll move it.
  19. By the way, my code worked under pr2. My comment relates to pr4.
  20. I have an Ext.tab.Panel subclass. In its initialize() method I'm adding items via add(), passing a configuration object for the two tab items it needs. (I can't add them via the "items" property...
  21. Excellent article skirtle. Thanks!

    :-)
  22. Sorry to be dense, but... I understand that arrays are objects. I don't see how that relates to the example at hand.

    I stared at it for a while, and here's a difference I see. In the example,...
  23. It does not make sense to me. Can you elaborate on how the second alternative can lead to the items being shared among all instances of the class? Thanks! :-)
  24. It is. It's in the parent's items array. It's from the examples in the Ext distribution.
  25. When placing a Window in a container, "constrain" is ignored if the window is autoShow: true.

    You can see this if you edit the Ext JS 4 example in /examples/window/window.js. The following snippet...
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