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  1. Looks like fixing the LiveGridView issue is as easy as extending it and putting a flag around the super.updateRows call:


    @Override
    protected void updateRows(int newIndex,
    boolean...
  2. Has anyone used the LiveGridView under GWT 2.5? I seem to be getting an infinite update loop:


    com.google.gwt.core.client.JavaScriptException: (RangeError) : Maximum call stack size exceeded
    ...
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    I don't know if I find Firebug slower, but Firefox does seem to get slower as it stays open. Perhaps they are related, I don't know.
  4. Set a renderer:
    {header:"blah" ...
    renderer: renderBlah},

    var renderBlah = function(v,p,r) {
    return r.data['devCode'];
    }
  5. I think it's probably because inline scripts are evaled and srced scripts are put into the header (which are executed when added).
  6. Actually if you look at update, the first argument can be an object the way he has it. The second argument is params which are encoded and passed to the url.
  7. Are your scripts actually getting executed when they are loaded? Add an alert in the body of the script (i.e. not in a function). Also try putting it in another file and srcing to that file and see...
  8. Not sure I understand, but are you wanting to have the grid submit one value, but display another?
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    yui-utilities.js is a cut down version of utilities.js for what Ext needs from it. You can use Yahoo's version, but be aware that the latest version of it might not always work with Ext.
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    1. Use combo.getValue();
    2. It would be Ext.get('ftt').dom.value, but use the getValue function in Combo.js
    3. You might look into using Jack's Form class (although he says it's still rough and...
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    Ah, I see now, that happens when you specify a hiddenName which then makes a hidden input field which gets the value.
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    Jack, are there any plans to make the form submit the valueField for a combobox instead of the value inside the input field (displayField)? I realize though that at the moment it is using Yahoo's...
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    Ah, thanks.
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    I'm trying to figure out how to add elements to a Form object, but without success so far.

    If I do it:
    this.partForm = new Ext.Form(createPartForm);...
  15. I haven't had a chance to modify my code to use beta 1 yet, but what happens if you make your own editorgrid? Jack has said that all the examples haven't been updated yet, so maybe you're running...
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    I think distribution in this sense is for repackaging. You need only worry about them if you're selling or distributing an app with ext inside it (i.e. the source and stuff is in there and not just...
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    Ah, those are always fun :D

    Hmm, been a while since I was on a vBulletin board, looks like they use Yahoo smileys now.
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    What's been added to beta 1? It seems drag and drop works again in the examples, but what else has been changed/added?
  19. No, actually the HTML select is completely removed and replaced with a TriggerField (namely ComboBox) which consists of an HTML text input and a trigger (the arrow). So submitting a form or getting...
  20. Are you wanting to stop single clicks as well? Or just double clicks? You might try on('dblclick',...), but I don't know if Jack made that specific to stuff like Grid.
  21. Are you loading all their datastores at the start? That may explain a lot of the calls. Just do a load when the panel is activated.
  22. Are you submitting it through a form? Or using asynchronous calls? As far as the second one, that would be nice too, but it's really just a stylized input box, so I doubt that will happen. In that...
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    for (i = 0; i < ds.getCount(); i++) {
    var record = ds.getAt(i);
    //print out each column in record
    alert(record.data['columnName1']);
    }
  24. The second argument to your callback also says whether it was successful (true) or not (false).
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    He must be working hard on it since I haven't seen him much on the forum the past few days.
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