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    If we could get rid of the file altogether, like

    <img src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAID/AMDAwAAAACH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAICRAEAOw%3D%3D" />

    but for ie7 and below i dunno
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    Hey look at that, I haven't been to that section in forever.



    Technically you would only have to know the location of the css file that defined the path to s.gif. And you can get that from...
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    Awesome, you just came up big for me
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    or maybe it should just come with Ext.BLANK_IMAGE_URL pointing at relative path to s.gif and determining where it is absolutely by examining the src attrib of the script element that added ext to the...
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    If it's a custom plugin, is it still considered redistribution of alpha code?

    i think we need a full time lawyer for this forum :D
  6. Here's something for Ext.air.FileProvider:


    In a standard browser window, user state can be stored in a cookie, utilizing Ext.state.CookieProvider. But in Adobe AIR, we have the luxury of storing...
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    Hello World Example
    - Ext 2.1 (Examples Build, including examples.css)
    - Internet Explorer 7.0.5730.13
    - Windows XP 32bit SP3
    - Includes both Ext Blue and Ext Gray
    - Unaltered code, utilizing...
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    In IE7, buttons are covered
    http://www.extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples/window/hello.html
  9. nice, I like it
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    Support > Community links to the forums not the community center

    Just a heads up, but if you meant to do that then carry on
  11. Very cool, its looking real good!
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    It's coming along nicely, this new version is really cool. Keep up the good work!
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    Looks interesting, keep us informed!
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    Actually I've just been using Mozilla's Prism configured to point at the latest docs. It's always worked out quite well for me.
  15. awesome
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    Class Ext.tree.TreeLoader
    ...
    uiProviders : Object
    (optional) An object containing properties which specify custom Ext.tree.TreeNodeUI implementations. If the optional uiProvider attribute of a...
  17. Class Ext.tree.TreeLoader
    uiProviders : Object
    (optional) An object containing properties which specify custom Ext.tree.TreeNodeUI implementations. If the optional uiProvider attribute of a...
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    I'd think you would see more controversy regarding the grid. I see huge slowdowns when rendering grids with 6-7 columns and 60+ rows. It's come to a point where I've been weighing how much time I'll...
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    http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples/form/dynamic.html

    IE7
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    TabPanel

    Config Option enableTabScroll: Number
    Should be boolean?
  22. extjs 2.0b1
    prototype+scriptaculous adapter

    My example has a collapsable west panel. First I collapse it, then click the panel to have it temporarily pop out. If I then click the panel's full...
  23. Yea I meant to say override not extend. As for my print stylesheet, its a bit too confusing to post in its entirety, cause it's not just for EXT. It only focuses on printing one region, so basically...
  24. Yea that's a good point. I mean, like I said, I already use print stylesheets to handle the job. So maybe I'll consider just extending the contentPanel class with a print function that basically does...
  25. http://hapedit.free.fr/

    hasn't been updated in years, but I like to say that it has "aged" like a fine wine
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