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    Nevermind, I figured it out i'm an .

    getXType() works miracles.
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    Consider the following scenario:


    new Ext.Panel({id: "ele"});
    This creates a panel with the id of ele.


    Ext.getCmp("ele");
    This gets the component with the id of ele and returns a...
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    That worked thank you. In my frustration I extended the class with an updateText method, guess I wont be needing that anymore :-)
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    The line:

    Ext.getCmp("chat").getEl().update("Heres some text");


    Removes the panel element (at least with the latest public Ext) , I just ran several tests and they were all the same, the...
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    Hi,
    It's been some time sense I've used Ext and was wondering if there is a better way to complete this task. I want to create a panel and then be able to write text to the panel. This is what I...
  6. Been at least 4 months sense this thread saw any activity, I guess it was all vaporware.
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    I gave up and did the transitions the old school way, everythings ok now.



    oFrame.dom.style.top = 10;
    etc....
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    Have a problem, a page I built for a client has transition issues in IE but not FF. Specifically the fadeIn transition, it works all the time in FF but only the first time the page is loaded in IE....
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    Thank you for your suggestion.
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    Do you have an example of a 3 col layout that does this? Because divs don't do this by default.
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    Not exactly....

    The "content area" is 1005px
    Column 1 and 3 are 200px
    column2 is 605px

    <---- 1005 --------->
    xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxx
    xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxx
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    I have a html page with a 3 column layout (with div's not tables).

    Column 1 and 3 are fixed width of 200px. I want column 2 to be dynamic width (with a min-width) and if there is a large item...
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    Hah, can't belierve I missed that.

    Thanks a bunch works great now !
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    I did call ds.load();

    But as for the error it says "OK" with a status of 200. I'm at a total loss here, I can only guess that maybe its the xml file itself, but ff says its ok (and I can browse...
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    Been trying to get this xml form to work for a few days and I can't figure out what is wrong. This works in Firefox but not IE. I have scowered the forums and still can't figure it out.


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  16. Why not release your partial work for 1.1.1 while working on 2. From what I saw it looked pretty great.
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    Thank you, this is a big help...
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    Thank you, this is a big help...
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    The codes to long to post but I'll try to explane it again

    Object #1: Address
    Object #2: Addresses


    var addressBook = new Addresses{
    [
    new Address({name: "test"}),
    new...
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    I have 2 classes address and addresses. First, I want to add an event to the variables section in the address class so I can do things like this:

    fireEvent('change', this);

    So when you change...
  21. If you can't upgradw a production solution to a beta product you could do this for now (till 2.0 is gone gold) or unless you use the format providers.
    or you could just do this:


    ...
  22. Just thought of something else you could try:

    function jsonMatch(data, str)
    {
    Ext.each(str.match(/{[\w.]+}/g), function(match) // My template function
    {
    ele =...
  23. Just thought of something else you could try:

    var x = {data: {name: "matthew", elephant: {color: "gray"}}}; // my data
    var s = "My name is {x.data.name} and my elephant's color is...
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    Just covering all the bases till its ready for full prime time action. Then everything will be mined and unnecessary stuff removed.
  25. It appears EXT dosn't like the . in the replacment.

    You defined Username in your data object not result.data.Username (even though thats what it should be) So the replacement for {Username}...
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