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  1. Aha!

    That last piece of code did the trick!
    getPicker does not exist but getPhonePicker() does!

    my code is now:

    ...
  2. Maybe I'm doing something wrong but I don't seem to get it working...
    This is my code:

    if(!app.app.getController(backcontroller).getDistancefield().getPicker().isHidden()){
    ...
  3. Hi all,

    I am writing a phonegap + sencha app and would like to mimick native behaviour as much as possible. That is why I have overridden the backbutton to match the behaviour I want.

    One...
  4. Thanks for the easy fix! Have put it in my css file and it works like a charm :)
  5. Okay! Thanks for the update!
  6. Okay, thanks!
    Maybe something good to know as well: (that I forgot to mention earlier) There are 4 items in the list in the building your first app example and the problem occurs only with number 2...
  7. Sencha Touch version tested:

    2.0



    only css suggested by the tutorial

    Platform tested against:
  8. Had to be sencha 2,0. Moving this thread, sorry... (this can be closed)
  9. Sencha Touch version tested:

    2.0



    only css suggested by the tutorial

    Platform tested against:
  10. To fix this temporary I have made a coupling with the native android menu.
    If anyone would find the solution for my question, please still let me know! Thank you!
  11. Hi everyone!

    I am new to Sencha Touch and using it for a school assignment: creating a portable mobile web application. We use Sencha in combination with phonegap to keep everything portable.
    ...
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