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  1. jgarcia@tdg-i.com,
    Thanks for the response.

    What I found is that when I set the X and Y property of a Ext.Window object to the values returned by the function, its position is determined with...
  2. Hi all -
    I am using the following JavaScript function to retrieve the mouse position:


    function getMouseposition(evt) {
    var mousepos = {};
    mousepos.posx = 0;
    mousepos.posy = 0;
    ...
  3. Hi -
    I have created a menu as follows:


    var blockMenu = new Ext.menu.Menu({
    id: 'blockMenu',
    style: {
    overflow: 'visible'
    },
    items: [
  4. Hi ExtJS -
    When an user clicks (left-click) on a particular component in my application, I want a small list to show up: Open, Edit, Delete. Then, the user will select one of the 3 options and the...
  5. Thank you for the quick response and clarification.
  6. Hi ExtJS -
    I have set a fixed width and height for Ext.Window. And, I have also set the autoScroll property to true. The scrollbars that appear are the default grey color scrollbars. Is it possible...
  7. I have Form Panel with 2 checkboxes, a Submit and a Close button.

    I get submitted values by using:


    var submitted_values = fp.getForm().getValues(true).replace(/&/g,', ');If one checkbox is...
  8. Is there any other way to retrieve the names of the checkboxes in the form below on submit than the method shown below?

    In this case, when I hit the submit button, it returns Node1=on, Node2=on
    ...
  9. Thank you!

    I have used it somewhere in my application but it did not strike me.
  10. Hi Condor,
    If I don't add the Window to the viewport, then one can drag the window out of the bounds of the browser i.e. I can drag the window to the extreme left in such a way that the window will...
  11. Hi Condor & ValterBorges,
    I was able to get it working by setting the renderTo property to document.body. I did not expect it to work, but it worked. Anyways, thank you for the tips.

    ...
  12. I have reduced the code:


    win = viewport.add({
    xtype: 'window',
    id: 'open-window',
    title: 'Open',
    ...
  13. @Condor: So, then how do I achieve it? I simply want a row of checkboxes inside a Window.

    Thanks
  14. Hi -
    I am not able to view the items in the Form Panel inside the window. Here is the code:


    var individual = {
    bodyStyle: 'padding-right:5px;',
    items: {
    xtype:...
  15. Hi all -
    I was wondering if I can embed a Form Panel containing checkboxes inside a Form panel?

    Thanks
  16. Hi all -
    I have created a drop-down menu (named File) that has "Open" as one of the action items. When I click on "Open", I would like a window to show up containing data from an XML file.
    The data...
  17. Please consider this thread to be closed based on my conversation with eschuy in the following thread:

    http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=75117

    Thanks eschuy.
  18. Condor,
    Thank you so much for the instructions. I was able to get it working.

    Great support!
  19. Hi hendricd,
    Thank you for so much for listing down the steps. Yes, I was able to get it working.

    I am really grateful for your time and effort.

    Great stuff...
  20. Hi all -
    Firstly, thank you for all your help throughout this thread. I did not know about getUI, that is why I was adding the CSS to the tree.

    At the end, I used the following CSS:

    ...
  21. I added the following CSS:

    .add_space_between_trees ul {
    padding-bottom: 10px;
    }

    And, then in my JS file, I added the following lines of code:
    ...
  22. I am sorry to ask this. But, how should I write the CSS class?

    <element_name> {
    ????
    }

    Thanks
  23. tryanDLS,
    You are referring to the following thread right?

    http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=21681

    Earlier, I pasted the thread on localXHR.js and then I later realized that there is a...
  24. Hi eschuy,
    I was able to successfully get it running.

    Here is what I did:

    a) Initially, I created a dummy root node as shown below:


    {
    xtype: 'treepanel',
  25. Nice suggestion. Let me give it a try.

    Thanks again eschuy.
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