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    I've discovered my problem, I didn't notice that FormLayout extends AnchorLayout.
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    [Solved: solution is to not set layout on FormPanel and set anchor: "100% 100%" or "100% 0"]

    It seems that FormPanel doesn't quite like having internal layouts where container panels have their...
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    We're all familiar (I think) with the problem that values are set on comboboxes before the store loads meaning that you end up with the value displayed in the box instead of the text you want. The...
  4. Or, rather, HttpProxy takes a connection object config. In any case, method is important. And also extraParams and defaultHeaders. Why not pass the config to HttpProxy the same as to the reader?
  5. But to cite the documentation: "Note: Although they are not listed, this class inherits all of the config options of Store, JsonReader and HttpProxy (unless inline data is provided)."

    "method" is...
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    BTW, that's Ext 1.1
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    Konqueror seems to mostly work. Tested Tree, Grid, Layout, Forms, BasicDialog, JsonView.

    Animations don't seem to work. Tree had little broken images covering it until I clicked on it. After a...
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    Especially as the emptyText is displayed differently (greyed) and disappears when you click on the field unlike regular text.
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    But generally you don't want to just add fields to the end of the form (after the buttons especially). You should be able to insert them into an existing container.
  10. I have two combo boxes that load their contents via an HTTPProxy.

    If the HttpProxy is given a Connection config object literal and the first request has not finished before the second one begins,...
  11. Every element has an UpdateManager, so I believe something like this should work:



    um = Ext.get('panel-section').getUpdateManager();
    um.update('new-content.htm');
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