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    You mean like Ext.form.ComboBox?
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    I found a solution -- as usual, it was just a matter of taking some time to study and test, test, test...

    This is my test code. First version, surely may be improved....
  3. Hi,

    I've seen the use of Ext.Editor in the context of a grid, and I'd like to use it for table cells... but how? This is the concrete example (part of an app I'm still porting to Ext 2):
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    Sorry, I misunderstood your post.

    Yes, you can disable Network monitoring, using the Options menu in the Net tab.

    Also this may be useful:
    How to Keep Firebug From Eating Memory
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    Right click on the Firebug icon (bottom right of the browser's status bar) and you'll find some disable options, either for the current site or for all sites.
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    I think you must use a nested layout to achieve that. That is, begin with 3 regions: west + center + east, and then decompose the center region as north + center + south.
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    OK, so the code I posted above might be modified like this (using nested DIVs, right?):

    HTML


    <div id="panel_markup"><div class="x-panel-body">I want to display everything in this div as a...
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    Hi arth, welcome to Ext!

    Try this HTML:



    <div id="panel_content" class="x-hidden">I want to display everything in this div as a panel</div>


    with this JS:
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    BTW, note that disabling JavaScript while learning Ext is not a very good idea :D :D

    Welcome to Ext!
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    To be able to see the "Congratulations" alert box in ExtStart.html you don't even need a web server, just place the tutorial files at the correct level, i.e. create a folder called tutorial at the...
  11. What's exactly the code you are using? I've tried this example (from http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs/?class=Ext.layout.Accordion) with no errors:



    var accordion = new Ext.Panel({
    title:...
  12. Hi woss, this has been discussed here before. Please search api offline.
  13. Searching in the forums you'll find this:

    http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=17914&highlight=comments+blog
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    I use a solution that seems to be widely tested:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Alex_Smotrov/inserttags.js
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Alex_Smotrov/insertTags()

    BTW, Ext has an...
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    You may consider that the full ext-all.js is big if you want to use it only to add some components or effects to a website -- and BTW that's why Build Your Own exists. But when you are creating a...
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    Load your application, open the Firebug console, type



    Ext.BLANK_IMAGE_URL


    What is its value?
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    Try the specialkey event, and then test if the pressed key is ENTER. There are some examples in the forum.
  18. Is app-code.js running within an Ext.onReady() block?

    If your approach does not work even using Ext.onReady (I'm not sure about that), then you could build the appropriate <script> tag on the...
  19. More than one locale file?

    Each locale file overrides the previous one, so that in fact (AFAIK) you can only use one locale file at a time.

    Maybe I don't understand completely what you are...
  20. Just include the locale file after ext-all.js and before the code of your application:



    <script type="text/javascript" src="ext-all.js" />
    <script type="text/javascript" src="locale-file.js"...
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    How are your form fields created? It seems that you are not creating them as Ext components, but instead you're using existing HTML elements. In that case, if verde is an HTMLElement (i.e. the...
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    You can't disable an Ext.Element. What you are trying to disable is form fields, which are instances of Ext.form.Field, which in turn inherits the disable() method from Ext.Component. So, get a...
  23. vikas.r30,

    You should notice that this thread, called How to get reply to your question quickly?, has the purpose of giving you useful tips to get help from the Ext community. And what you have...
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    Welcome sgazza! Please make the code easier to read for us: wrap it in [&#67;ODE] tags.
  25. You mean something like Ext.ux.data.PagingMemoryProxy?
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