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    Hi all! This might not be the right place to ask this question, but I did not find another good thread.

    I wrote a tool that generates a .jsb2 file from an .html file and it's working great. The...
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    Hi!

    First of all, the most valuable source of documentation for ExtJS comes from Sencha Docs. If you want to have more information about Ext.XTemplate, you should look it up there. You will find...
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    Hi,

    To reduce components coupling into my applications (ExtJS 3.x) , my components are only fireing events which are handled afterwards by the application or other components. This works well, but...
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    I see your point, it's not really directly related to any sencha features, that's why I posted in the community discussion forum.
    Now if you think it shouldn't be here, you are free to delete the...
  5. Hi, I am not sure of what I will say, because I have never used ExtJS with existing HTML element, and normally it is not really the path you want to go, but if that's what you need to do, I think it...
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    Q&A I guess?
  7. Sorry, I read this too quickly... I think the way you want to organize this is like that:




    //Pseudo-code
    AccordionPanel = {
    applyTo: 'accordionContainerDiv',
    layout: 'accordion',
    ...
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    Sorry... Could you move it to the right forum? Thanks
  9. Did you specified collapsible: true ?

    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/3-4/#!/api/Ext.Panel-cfg-collapsible
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    It's been a while that I reported this issue. You can also do PATHS = '' in firebug or any browser console... it will work after this.
  11. What would be the use case for that?
  12. You just have to parse the JSON and once you have a native JS object, you use a for in loop.


    for (var key in obj) { console.log(key); }
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    Hi,

    No, there would not be any ways of having a list of values. Partial regex matching can be used to enforce specific masks on input. For example, I could write a regex that validates postal...
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    Is there anyone that knows a library in JS that supports partial RegExp matching. For example, where /allo/.test('all') would return true. That would allow doing dynamic input validation while the...
  15. Take a look at the applyTo and contentEl config options.
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    You constructor is not handling the config.


    Samples.Form = function (config) {
    this.counter = 0;
    Samples.Form.superclass.constructor.call(this, config);
    };

    ...
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    If the tab itself is a panel it's very easy, you can use the panel.setTitle() method. If it's not a panel, there might be a better way, but I gave you an example on how you could do it.


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    Hi,

    I'm not sure that I understood what you need and I doubt I did because it would have been too simple... but are you looking for this? http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/jsref_getday.asp
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    Thanks for pointing this out. I just assumed it was using the lastest version... I went a bit too quick on this one!
    I have tried to replace ext-all.js with the new version but that leads to some...
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    I am not disapointed with the new theme. It's modern and minimalistic and way better than the current theme, but I must agree that the first Neptune preview looked awesome and maybe a bit more...
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    *** This thread should be deleted. I assumed the last shipped developer preview was using 4.1 for it's Docs app while it wasn't the case and the docs was still running on 4.0.7. ***

    Hi,

    I...
  22. I wrote an override for this a while ago. Not sure if it still works in 3.4, but it should.

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?109047-Grid-grouping-and-sorting&p=515917#post515917
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    Not sure if I understood your problem correctly, but you need to know that ajax requests are asynchronous... you need to use a callback to make sure that you received the data before proceeding.
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    You could split your image, having pieces in the same container and use the delegate option when registering a click handler on the container to target each of your regions. This way you have one...
  25. tip: You can juste use Ext.Ajax.request directly instead of creating a connection yourself.
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