Search Type: Posts; User: mdlincoln

Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.07 seconds.

  1. Replies
    4
    Views
    672
    No, it was just included in the answer because the original post was using it. You would only need to include it if you are using something from the examples that requires it.

    Mark
  2. Depends on your OS. For OSX, you can alter the PATH in your .bash_profile to point at the version of Sencha Cmd you want to use. For Windows, you can edit the PATH environment variable in your...
  3. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,120
    That is correct. The addEvents() method will still work for the time being but you should probably remove it in due course.

    Mark
  4. Replies
    3
    Views
    1,553
    Nice work. One area that might be a place for potential optimization is the use of the each() method to reset all of the field values in the unchecked records to false. The each() method does make...
  5. You probably want to use the beforetabchange event. Then you can check the data and return false to prevent the navigation to the new tab.
  6. Replies
    12
    Views
    4,546
    Good news, we have decided to log this as missing functionality in ExtJS 4 so that it will receive a priority review by engineering.
  7. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,871
    Unless there is something we are not seeing in your test case, this is the expected behavior of the menu. In our judgment, reusing the menu (as you admit in your prior post) rather than recreating...
  8. Please provide the source code for a concise test case that demonstrates the issue using the smallest amount of code possible, that does not have any external dependencies, that has all needed data...
  9. Please provide the source code for a concise test case that demonstrates the issue using the smallest amount of code possible, that does not have any external dependencies, that has all needed data...
  10. Please provide the source code for a concise test case that demonstrates the issue using the smallest amount of code possible, that does not have any external dependencies, that has all needed data...
  11. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,871
    Please provide the source code for a concise test case that demonstrates the issue using the smallest amount of code possible, that does not have any external dependencies, that has all needed data...
  12. We have confirmed this issue and created a bug report for it.
  13. We have confirmed this issue and created a bug report for it.
  14. We have confirmed this issue and created a bug report for it.
  15. Please provide the source code for a concise test case that demonstrates the issue using the smallest amount of code possible, that does not have any external dependencies, that has all needed data...
  16. We have confirmed this issue and created a bug report for it.
  17. We have confirmed this issue and created a bug report for it.
  18. We have confirmed that the issue exists in version 4.0.2a, however, it appears to have been resolved by engineering in our most recent development branch. It should be included as part of our next...
  19. We have reviewed your test case and before we take any further action, we would like to determine a possible use case for using floating point widths for the grid columns. Would it be possible for...
  20. We have confirmed this issue and created a bug report for it.
  21. We have confirmed this issue and created a bug report for it.
  22. We have confirmed this issue and created a bug report for it.
  23. Yes
  24. Please provide the source code for a concise test case that demonstrates the issue using the smallest amount of code possible, that does not have any external dependencies, that has all needed data...
  25. Please provide the source code for a concise test case that demonstrates the issue using the smallest amount of code possible, that does not have any external dependencies, that has all needed data...
Results 1 to 25 of 95
Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4