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  1. The issue has been fixed:

    https://github.com/phonegap/phonegap-blackberry-webworks/issues/44#issuecomment-1719023

    You'll probably have to patch your current PhoneGap or wait for the next...
  2. You can also try


    layout: { type: 'vbox', align: 'stretch' }
  3. I've also encountered this problem. Did you manage to solve it?
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    Ah... for my setup I had autopaging = true. When I set it to false, I can reproduce your result
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    Watch the screencasts for Panels and Layouts if you haven't already:

    http://www.sencha.com/learn/intro-to-panels/
    http://www.sencha.com/learn/intro-to-layouts/

    In fact, make sure you go...
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    You can't do that.

    Change your tab panel to a standard panel with card layout.

    Add a docked toolbar with two buttons aligned right with handlers for changing the cards and the title property...
  7. Mobile Safari has limited access to device features, for example, Geolocation. If you create a native app instead of a web app, you can use PhoneGap as a wrapper to get access to most of the device...
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    @Vitaly2511

    AbstractStore#load() does not reset the currentPage property. I solved the problem by customizing the refresh function:


    {
    ptype: 'pullrefresh',
    refreshFn:...
  9. at least post the patch please
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    This method works very well. Thanks!
  11. I see this periodically on Android and iOS devices.

    You can help avoid the problem by locking the orientation.

    iOS: double-tap home button, swipe running app list left to right, click lock...
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    1) Use a TabPanel with a card layout as your main viewport
    2) Cards in your TabPanel are Panels also with a card layout. These are the individual viewports for each tab. Load your views into these...
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    The <= check causes the autoload to not appear if this.list.store.data.length is a multiple of pageSize. For example, 8 total records and pageSize = 4. I reverted back to <.

    I removed the return...
  14. Worked for me as well. Definitely file a bug report with this as a patch. I'd like to nominate this post for a sticky.

    My only gripe is that on the edge case where the total number of records is...
  15. Based on the documentation, you should do something similar to



    var sorter = new Ext.util.Sorter({
    property : 'myField',
    sorterFn: function(o1, o2) { // compare o1 and o2 }
    });
    ...
  16. This is not a bug.

    Open up a Javascript console:



    test = ['ZZebra', 'zzebra', 'Zebra', 'Yak', 'Xerus'];
    test.sort(); // returns ["Xerus", "Yak", "ZZebra", "Zebra", "zzebra"]
    If you want a...
  17. Sencha Touch version tested:
    * 1.1.0
    * sencha command generated app (with typos fixed tpl => itemTpl, ext => sencha)

    Platform tested against:
    * iOS 4.x
    * Android 2.2.1
    * Safari 5
    ...
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    Use this function to destroy and then recreate the MsgBox singleton whenever the singleton is hidden. You should make this the first call during your application launch event. This method is better...
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    explicitly casting the id to the declared type, in this case .getById(parseInt(id)), had no effect on the outcome. The call still returned null after the second load().
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    I don't know if it's the same problem, but I ran into the situation where



    store.load(); // store uses an ajax proxy
    modelInstance = store.getById(id); // modelInstance = object
    // add new...
  21. Alternatively, .x-list-header.x-list-header-swap does not even get a new class for the active header.

    Rendering looks inconsistent if a List's groups have different styles.
  22. Here's a patch


    Ext.override(Ext.List, {
    groupTpl : [
    '<tpl for=".">',
    '<div class="x-list-group x-group-{[values.id.replace(" ", "-")]}">',
    '<h3...
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