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  1. I was just wondering whether its always faster to use refs instead of using componentquery if you are only referencing the item a single time in a controller. I assume that refs use componentquery...
  2. Nevermind, I think I found it. Thanks
  3. Is there some way I can notify the store that data has been updated? Or is there a method I need to use to update the data rather than direct assignment? I looked through the documentation and...
  4. I'm not sure if it's a bug or if this is by design, but the grid doesn't update its values if the store data is simply changed via direct assignment (record.data.field = newvalue). I had to create a...
  5. I spent an hour trying to work around !important operators you used in the accordion header style. !important operators are a lazy design practice to avoid debugging complicated cascading problems. ...
  6. Ok, even though it's not technically a 'bug', I will
  7. I've wasted a lot of time trying to work around the use of !important in your CSS files. I realize I can just go edit the CSS file, but I'm not sure if it will break anything. There really is no...
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    I have been working on the exact same thing for days. Have you found a solution?
  9. Did this ever get solved? I'm facing the same issue
  10. Well I made a change that inexplicably fixed the problem. I removed id="{CategoryName}" from this code:


    var template = new Ext.XTemplate(
    '<tpl for=".">',
    ...
  11. I have a store that is filled dynamically (so it doesn't have a proxy) that has a 'hasMany' association to a different model.



    Ext.define('W5.model.DisplayedCategoryModel', {
    extend:...
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    programming is hard
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    I guess what I really need is to bypass the default sorting mechanism. Can I create a new sorter for the grid? or do I have to go deeper?
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    But I looked at the source for Ext.grid.feature.Grouping and it doesn't have access to what I need, mainly sorting. I need to manually order the groups, i.e. I need to specify two specific groups...
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    I need to add some functionality to the grid panel and I'm not sure how best to do it. I need to modify how grouping is done in the grid panel, so should I extend Ext.grid.feature.Grouping? Should...
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    Nevermind, I figured it out. You don't need the text object at all, you simply call update('content goes here') on the panel
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    I can't figure out how simply fill a panel with wrapping text. I'd like it to scroll vertically, but the width should be fixed. The text is being set dynamically


    xtype: 'panel',
    title:...
  18. This doesn't appear to work in version 4.1. Any chance of an update?
  19. I couldn't get the 14mb JSON file to load at all, whereas occasionally the XML file would load eventually if you refreshed enough. It doesn't matter though because after breaking down the data file...
  20. Just to update, JSON seemed to actually perform worse. I ended up breaking the data into multiple JSON files and it loaded up in a snap, but now I have to manage 100 different files holding the data
  21. thanks
  22. no, the data isn't being loaded into controls directly. The data from the XML file is processed in the controller before anything is loaded into a view. A lot of data must be processed in the...
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    I've found that architect is very difficult to use for this sort of thing. I spent most of my time fighting Architect than I did creating. The read-only files made it very difficult create...
  24. I'm well on my way in my first ExtJS project. My application has to draw a lot of data initially from an XML file that can vary dramatically from 1mb to 15mb. I've been prototyping using a smaller...
  25. I started using Architect with ExtJS until I realized that Architect just wasn't that useful for developing real applications. I couldn't figure out why someone would use Architect when they could...
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