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  1. To use the fix, you just put that getById function in your store, and it will override the default one.
  2. I posted a way to reproduce the issue here: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?167673-Load-new-Data-in-Store-but-LoadRecord-loads-old-Data-in-formPanel
  3. editVenue : function(options) {
    venue = this.store.getById(Number(Orderace.user.VenueId));
    Orderace.views.venueEditForm.load(venue);
    Orderace.views.viewport.setActiveItem('venueEditForm');...
  4. bug (workaround here): http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?138329-Store-findById-uses-old-dataset-after-second-load()&p=722331
  5. Oh my! I am so glad I found this, it was driving me up the freaking wall. Thanks for the fix. :)
  6. I am having this same exact issue, the crazy thing is that the data displays correctly everywhere else in the app and when I load a different record into the form, the different record displays, then...
  7. I am just going to wrap my damn views in a function and call the function whenever I need to recreate them FFS!
  8. Come on help me please!
  9. Come on help me please!
  10. What is the point of associations then?
  11. I really would like to know how to create a new instance of it without having to redefine the entire thing, please help. Thanks.
  12. I really would like to know how to create a new instance of it without having to redefine the entire thing, please help. Thanks.
  13. So in my controller I have to write out the entire component again? That is what I am trying to avoid...
  14. If it is on android you can add something to your manifest xml file. Inside the opening activity tag for the keyboard: android:windowSoftInputMode="adjustPan"
  15. I have been killing myself over this and can not find anywhere how to properly accomplish this. I have views created, but would like to destroy and re-create them when needed. I know how to destroy...
  16. How do you create a new instance of it?
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