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17 Jan 2013 8:04 AM
We are having the exact same issue - did you ever find a solution?
We are using 4.1.1.
Edit: Our issue is slightly different in that we have two text field columns, rather than an action...
30 Aug 2012 11:34 PM
No, I have no config on my store relating to the paging toolbar, because as I mentioned before, I do not make the store. It is created automatically by ExtJS.
My Paging Toolbar looks like this:
30 Aug 2012 12:55 AM
I have a model, which has a collection inside it, let's call it "fruit", declared as a "hasMany".
The entire contents of "fruit" comes down when the model is loaded, so I can display it in...
Brilliant, that seems like it would give us a huge performance boost too! Thanks so much for taking the time to write that! We'll try it out now.
Since upgrading to ExtJS 4.1, we are getting the "A script on this page is causing your web browser to run slowly" prompt in IE8 in places where we never saw it before.
We have a few...
28 May 2012 2:36 PM
The API for store.load() has this to say about the parameters that can be passed:
Can you clarify how to achieve what you mention using this? What options are available?
28 May 2012 1:30 AM
I need to send up a JSON object full of params to the server on certain store.load() requests. Currently, it uses GET for doing loads, so I need to change this to POST.
I introduced this...
19 Dec 2011 7:48 AM
I've been reading through the documentation for the two different approaches of kicking off an ExtJS application, namely Ext.Application() and Ext.Loader(). However, I'm completely confused...
Oops, sorry, no it doesn't =(
Same error when loading instances of Model [A] into a store.
Some more information:
Model [A] hasMany of Model [C]
Model [B] extends Model [A]
It was related, and it fixed it for me!
Thank you very much!
I've encountered the following bug in ExtJS 4.0.2a. I believe it's with the JSON Reader class.
I have a Model [A] that has fields, a proxy, and a "hasMany" property.
I have another Model ...
8 Feb 2011 1:11 AM
In our ExtJS/Struts2 web app, we allow users to export their data to a file, which is offered to them as a download.
To achieve this, we use Ext.DomHelper() to build up an iframe pointing...
We are finding that a lot of our bugs are intermitant, difficult to replicate, and even harder to track down. This has us thinking that some means of logging the state of our application at...
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