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This page shows markerCfg rather than markerConfig.
Edit: Also, the code configuration has an axis configuration that is opposite...
7 Jun 2011 5:14 PM
Yes you are correct. It also does not work in firefox.
Sencha Touch is for webkit based browsers (iPhone & Android on mobile, Safari & Chrome on desktops).
Seriously... who even has a windows...
I really must insist that ref should be brought back. ref was an extremely powerful tool that I thought was just a start to something greater.
Having the ability to easily reference sub-components...
25 Feb 2011 12:10 PM
I'm not really sure to be honest.
From what I understand linux versions of firefox and chrome do not support drag and drop.
I'll do some testing with the latest Ubuntu and see if it works. Stay...
Observe the ownetCt.ownerCt thing:
The good thing about this (even though there is a 2 level ownerCt chain) is that the buttons can be completely decoupled. When you use ref you have additional...
YSlow is a firefox plugin created by Yahoo that will analyze a page and show you what you can do to speed it up.
I recently optimized a website that would take over 1 second to load (non ext...
18 Feb 2011 7:43 AM
The same editor is used for all rows. If you want to load new data, do you have to do it manually by hooking into the beforeedit event.
18 Feb 2011 7:37 AM
Nope. I updated my example above.
Here is your code... working:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/inc/js/ext-3.3.1/resources/css/ext-all.css" />
18 Feb 2011 7:12 AM
Here is a full working example.
This works in IE 9.0.7930.16406, FF 3.6.13, Safari 5.0.3, Chrome 9.0.597.98, & Opera 11.01.
Find out what you're doing wrong - .disable() and .enable() is how...
18 Feb 2011 6:59 AM
fileuploadfield is notorious for some cross browser issues. Since this is overlaying on top of a native browser control it all depends on that.
What browser(s) are you testing this on?
I did in...
18 Feb 2011 6:39 AM
You need to attach an event listener to the panel element. The keypress events are not listed in the events fired by the formpanel / panel component, so you need to attach it to the element.
You can use pretty much anything to load a tree if you use the directFn config on the treeloader.
Cross-domain requests can be done and just pass whatever data you like back. Here's a small...
You need to use an array if you want to send an array:
You can do a lot of optimizations on the HTTP server sending the data. Enable gzip compression, setup proper caching so that the extjs framework files expire far into the future. Additionally using...
Button handlers are called within the scope of the button (unless otherwise specified with a scope param). "this" means "this button". The button handler needs to get to the function that is 1...
Sure you can do this, but I don't understand why you would want to. It would add a lot of unnecessary complexity.
Your issues with the handlers are probably scoping related. You just have to...
Your indentation is all jacked up. Before posting, run your code through http://jsbeautifier.org/. It makes it much easier to troubleshoot.
Yes, you definitely have scoping issues. You have to...
Where is the fileuploadfield & grid row editor?
I was hoping that these two features would be integrated.
I read a form post indicating that at least the grid row editor would be completely...
16 Feb 2011 4:58 AM
It would be a reference to the component.
You should always post your code inside of code tags, and clean it up with http://JSBeautifier.org
15 Feb 2011 3:16 PM
Use firebug! Pepper it with console.log(); so you can see the data before and after it's sent to the server. E.G. console.log(namesStore.baseParams);
Do print_r($_POST) in PHP to see what PHP is...
lol, Try using ext-all-debug.js when you develop - that's why it exists. Perhaps I just saved you some future frustrations!
Typos that cause complete failure is not Ext's fault, it's the nature of...
15 Feb 2011 2:09 PM
uploadButton.disable(); ? Works for me.
15 Feb 2011 1:47 PM
Fay is saying that because the .show(); function call is at the end, your window will show up, and it will be empty. After the ajax call loads the data and the callback function gets called, then the...
The "ref" configuration is a very powerful tool that you can use to accomplish most of what you're looking for.
Take a look at my blog post on component references. I struggled with this very same...
15 Feb 2011 12:46 PM
You are sort of thinking of this wrong.
Take a look at the docks for the parameters that will be passed to your callback. The load callback is passed an array of records. You can simply iterate...
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