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    BUMP++
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    We have an application with grids - some of which can have quite a few columns (80+). We run into performance problems (especially in IE) with all the desired grid behavior - column filters, paging,...
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    Thanks for the communication Sencha. That is very helpful.
    As mentioned by a previous poster - it would be great if the beta 2 was published with a list of outstanding/unresolved issues.
  4. Thanks for the response mitchellsimoens.

    I would argue that you're experiencing a decent amount of backlash right now for not setting any expectations about dates (regardless of how rough) :)As a...
  5. Hello Sencha -
    I know you've been very reluctant to provide any information about release dates. As a client this puts many of us in very difficult situations as we try to communicate with business...
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    We also had to make this decision fairly recently. We went with ExtJS4. We were seduced by all the cool new features 4 offered :) It has been pretty frustrating at times with stability and...
  7. Looking at the drag-n-drop code, I've hacked together a solution for doing this. Seems dirty. Still no way to add new columns dynamically though. Ideas?
  8. Does anyone know if there's a way to programatically reorder the columns of a gridpanel? In Ext 3 I probably would've used reconfigure on the gridpanel handing in my new columns ordered - I see this...
  9. Is there a way to get the header of your grid panel to reflect a sort performed on the underlying store?
    I have a basic grid panel with a store that does has remoteSort: true.
    I would expect this:...
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    Thanks!
    Using dockedItems - I can just put as many toolbars as I want stacked on top of each other:



    new Ext.grid.GridPanel( {
    store: resultStore,
    height: 500,
    selModel: sm,...
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    Newbie question here.

    How do you create a toolbar that is more than one level? Is there such thing as a "newline" item that you can stick in your toolbar items so everything after shows up below...
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