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  1. I've noticed that the same thing happens if there is something wrong with the XTemplate too. It also happens if the itemSelector you have isn't properly formatted. Try removing the "store:" config...
  2. I have a setup where I have a main panel that holds many "cards". These cards are Ext.Panel objects set to fullscreen: true, and centered: true with a vbox Layout. I had created about 3 cards...
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    I would debug your JavaScript and make sure that the store actually contains models of the type your are expecting, and with all the data filled as expected.
  4. Any tips on how to load a different CSS stylesheet based on the detected browser? Is there any easy to use function to do this?

    Thanks
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    Try setting your XTemplate up like this:



    tpl: new Ext.XTemplate(
    '<tpl for=".">',
    '<tpl for="timeslots">',
    '<div>{timeslot}</div>',
    '</tpl>',
    '</tpl>')
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    On the API page for XTemplate, it explains that given a data structure that looks like:


    var data = {
    name: 'Tommy Maintz',
    title: 'Lead Developer',
    company: 'Ext JS, Inc',
    ...
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    I'm interested in this as well. Could we please have some demo code which shows how we should notify users of invalid form fields, possibly tied in with the new Model validation found in the .97b...
  8. I get an error as well. It seems like there is no Ext.data.Errors type included (in both ext-touch-debug-w-comments.js and ext-touch-debug.js). When the validate() function is run, the browser...
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    Is there any built-in mechanism for easily highlighting fields in a form which have invalid data? Specifically I want to perform an AJAX request to a servlet which then returns JSON, and use that...
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