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    I have had the opportunity to review the architecture and design of the Ext UI components and believe it represents an excellent direction for rich, ajax-powered web applications. Also, the unique...
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    Congrats to the team for all the hard work and for an outstanding job. Not only is the new site elegant it's a lot snappier too, not to mention all the Ext candy!

    Simply ExtQuisite =P~

    Luis...
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    I guess we'll have to wait until April 1st :?:

    In the meantime I'm going full steam ahead with this awesome library :D
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    From my experience with YUI it was not enough. This library was one of the open sources I was evaluating for my project and out of frustration with it and all the damn bugs I swapped it for Ext and...
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    While I can't disclose any legal experiences/issues I've had with open source at my Co, all I can say is that the dual license model (e.g., Method 1 in your example) is a win-win for both...
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    First I want to make it very clear that I’m not speaking for Jack or the Ext team, but from my personal opinions and experiences with the Ext library.

    Currently, I’m working on a web-app which...
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    I had an issue like this a long time ago with IE (when I used tables for layouts :wink: ) and the only thing that seemed to fix it was adding an IE specific attribute to the outer table and setting...
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    I don't know if you've figured this out yet but if you look at the code for GridPanel (in ContentPanels.js) it sets the onWindowResize flag to false (which overrides yours).

    BTW - don't be...
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    whenever you need to disable/enable the button you can do the following:




    // define the disable CSS class somewhere like
    disabledClass : "x-item-disabled"

    // do this when you need to...
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    you are correct... :oops:
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    I think that the existing Ext.Button class already supports this. In fact, it supports the following modes:

    1. Button with text only (this is the default)
    2. Button with Icon only (CSS class:...
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    I like it...

    What would be even cooler if you create a "live" cheatsheet that is intergrated with the API docs (something like visualjquery maybe call it visualext :D ). Also, was there a reason...
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    "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" (no pun intended) :D
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    Keep in mind that if you have nested menu's your functiion in the each method will have to take that into account.

    Another approach (AOP style :) ) is to leverage the MenuMgr's register method...
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    what do you mean by "no CSS hacks" :? last time I checked almost every toolkit (including EXT) that offers cross browser widgets always have to deal with some CSS and JS hacks especially when...
  16. Jack I tried the new paypal widget and it worked like a charm :wink: . Hopefully this widget will be a big hit :D

    All I have to say is that there are a plethora of javascript libraries out there...
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    Everyone (including myself) is awaiting like little kids on Christmas day :D

    I have to tell you that I've been following your work since last summer and really believe that you have something...
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