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    Found the solution: remove layout:'hbox'
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    Hm well, that didn't work.

    I changed the xtype from 'container' to 'toolbar', (which has caused my buttons to look like labels until I rollover them, but I'll figure that out later.)

    Then I...
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    I know this has been exampled many times but there are fifty ways to build a menu, so 49 of them won't work depending on how it's set up.

    I want my userName and SignOut buttons pushed all the way...
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    params: form.getFieldValues(),
    That was it.

    I had gotten most of the way there but got stuck on the multiple params format:

    params:
    {
    ???: form.getFieldValues()
    }
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    I'm trying to POST a form to Ajax. Normally, we put all data into a JSON requestObj and submit it that way, but this form is so small it'll be submitted directly, and that's what the API is...
  6. It should be doable. You may have to add some css to control margin/padding.

    You should be able to 'flow' them into your box so they wrap to the next line.

    Failing that though, a last-ditch...
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    I'm running a benchmark test on my device to see how my app performs under optimal conditions, so I want to see if minifying it has a performance effect. (OK, there's question 1: will it?)

    A long...
  8. Yeah. I was torn between doing it properly with provided objects, and just patching it for now.

    I came across this complication while in the middle of getting other functionality going, so I...
  9. Hm. OK. The API docs are pretty basic on stores, and it's a big topic.

    For example, the store has a config property url:

    I'm not sure how I reconcile that with my myriad API AJAX calls:

    ...
  10. Say I've got an array of objects:



    arrDepts = [];

    objDept ={};
    objDept.id='1'
    objDept.title='Bakery'
    arrDepts.push(objDept);
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    Help! My app is out of control. I'm now having to add another level of abstraction between the UI and the data access: dataObjects. And that means another layer of callbacks.

    I'm adding this...
  12. It's that floating property again. That's what's causing it. If I remove floating: true, then my 2nd floating dialogue persists.


    Unfortunately, if I don't float my dialogues, it mangles the...
  13. I don't get what could possibly be doing this. I've ripped out all code.

    1] When you click on a line item, it shows() a full screen dialogue (ItemSummary) showing the summary of that item.
    2]...
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    Sweet! Even more elegant.

    Thanks!
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    Beauty! Thank you!
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    Cannot call method 'on' of undefined
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    I have an item's details listed in rows:
    Name: Bob
    Phone:
    Dept: Accounting

    I want to be able to click on the item to open a dialogue to edit it (as oppsoed to editing it in-place).
    How can I...
  18. Will the API docs be updated to fix bugs?

    Some examples:
    - some search terms return no hits, eg. 'flex'
    - some search terms return false hits, eg. 'blur' returns Ext.form.field, yet there is no...
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    I'm building an OK/Cancel dialogue. Two problems:

    1] It looks fine if I let it appear immediately on the page load. but if I start with it hidden:true or setVisible(false) then, when I show it,...
  20. I've got a DELETE button that I want to require confirmation. i.e. you must press it twice. First time, simply highlights it. Second time commits to delete. Pressing anywhere other than the button...
  21. Well, I don't know if there's a more elegant built-in solution out there, but this works:

    I simply call it right before outputting to a field.


    replaceSpecialChars: function(inString){
    ...
  22. I'm trying to populate a textfield with >, < or & characters.

    When I send my text off to the database with a > in it, it gets thoroughly scrubbed. When retrieve it again, I get back '&#062'.
    ...
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    Nope.
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    Nope. Thought of that.

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    Dumb mistake. No need to ask question. pls delete
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