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  1. Yup, it's me.

    Overriding Ext.form.field.Text gives you the functionality for the subclasses that could be blank: combobox, date field, etc.
  2. Hey Paul,I'm using this to add the asterisk after the label but you can switch it to beforeLabelTextTpl:



    Ext.override(Ext.form.field.Text, {
    initComponent:
    function () {
    var me =...
  3. I think it's a typo in Ext.form.field.HtmlEditor.getInputCmpCfg. Should be:


    ...
    data = {
    ...
    size : 'height:100%;width:100%'
    };
    ...
  4. Some labels are misplaced and have the wrong text. The problem is in drawLabel().


    if (!this.labelArray) {
    ...
    }
    else {
    labelArray =...
  5. +1

    Also [Enter] will toggle the checkbox with no checkchange event raised.
    I've basically suspended migrating a 3.2.1 app to 4.0.x due to this and other issues.
  6. Granted it's not a typical case but we do allow users to check/uncheck columns to display. So while not very useful, it is possible to hide all columns as I have done in my testing of our app, which...
  7. Ext version tested:

    Ext 2.2.1


    Browser versions tested against:

    IE7
  8. This setting appears twice:
    .x-window-dlg .ext-mb-icon{float:left;width:47px;height:32px;}

    No harm but redundant.
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    Along the same lines, I've been using a subclass of TableLayout that contains this override for getNextCell:



    getNextCell : function(c){
    var cell = this.getNextNonSpan(this.currentColumn,...
  10. isVisible() returns true after executing hide() for TriggerField and the 2 subclasses: ComboBox and DateField. I've checked that rendered = true. This is in Ext 2.1, not sure about earlier versions.
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