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  1. I would say that the pattern you show looks fairly normal. You can see that memory gradually increases from time to time, but it's always followed by a jump back down - this is the usual pattern as...
  2. I'm wondering the same thing as Scott, but regardless of what the answer is, you're going to need to find another way to accomplish what you want. The limit you're running into is very likely imposed...
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    Here is an MSDN article that explains how IE chooses document modes. A couple additional things to check:


    If you have the IE developer tools open, the settings there will override any doctype...
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    You can force IE to use standards mode rather than compatibility mode by setting the X-UA-Compatible header for your page; see this post for information. Also be sure you've set the correct doctype...
  5. You could also try overriding the render() method. Something like this should work, I think (though I haven't tested this):


    Ext.define('My.view.MyComponent', {
    extend: 'My.view.BaseView',
    ...
  6. It looks like Gary forgot to include the actual link to the blog post. (Done that before! ;)) I'm assuming this post is the one being referred to.
  7. I don't think the "floating" config for windows is designed to be turned on and off at will (which seems to be what you're trying to do). It is possible, however, to get the same effect by using two...
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    There is a guide called Creating Custom Components that has a lot of detailed information about this. For what you're describing, I think the simplest approach would probably be to extend...
  9. There are probably a variety of different ways to accomplish this, but probably the easiest way is to use a closure to access the component in your callback function. Using your code, it would look...
  10. I'll echo this request ... if there are any recommendations of good resources speaking to "UX for developers", I'd love to hear them. Bonus points if they're specifically aimed at ExtJS/RIAs rather...
  11. Ah, thanks for the info - that makes sense. My apologies for unfairly maligning the Internet Explorer team. :">
  12. I believe this is a workaround for a bug in IE. If I'm remembering correctly, IE will stop parsing a script tag at the next occurrence of "</script>" it finds, even if it occurs in the middle of a...
  13. Thanks, marxan - that makes things clearer. So one option would be to use closures in a way similar to what I suggested before, this would look like:


    init: function() {
    this.control({
    ...
  14. With such small snippets of code, it's hard to tell exactly what you're looking for, but it sounds to me like you may want to use a closure:


    init: function() {
    var nrrSeries = new...
  15. There's nothing built into the ExtJS framework specifically for this, as far as I know. You could either try to find an extension that supports something similar, such as this one, or use the...
  16. The inputValue and uncheckedValue configs only affect the submitted value if jsonSubmit is false, as you've seen. When jsonSubmit is enabled, it uses the getModelData() method of the field to get the...
  17. The JVM parameters for Sencha Cmd are found in the sencha.cfg file in the root of your Sencha Cmd installation directory - look for the property named cmd.jvm.args. I haven't encountered this error...
  18. Mitchell is right, you really should find a different means for tracking your subcontrollers.

    I want to add, though, that these optimizations from Sencha Cmd can be disabled by setting the...
  19. See also this bug report for the same issue.
  20. The comment by jvalentino is perfectly right. I'd just like to add (for the benefit of others reading this) that for Sencha Cmd, the default JVM arguments can be configured in the sencha.cfg file...
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    This is the error you get when the path to ExtJS in your sass/example/theme.html file is incorrect. Look in the file for a line like this, and double-check that it's pointing to the right location:
    ...
  22. You should be able to accomplish this by adding an exclusion step to the build.operations property. For example, you could add this to your build.xml to exclude all ExtJS classes:



    <target...
  23. If you're looking to switch to use the full Sencha Cmd toolchain for theme, building, etc. then copying your source code into a newly-generated project is probably the easiest way to do it.

    You...
  24. The Sencha Cmd "sass" step in the build process will automatically compile any sass files in the build directory when it runs, so all you need to compile an extra CSS file is to make sure the SCSS...
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    Look in the "lib" folder under your Sencha Cmd installation directory. There should be a "yuicompressor" JAR file there, with the version listed in the filename. I'm using Sencha Cmd 4.0.1 and I see...
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