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    Not every user chooses to "build" their app. So they use this to move their bits to a production location, or a staging location perhaps.
  2. You cannot change the location of Cmd in 3.0. This is however a feature that has been added to 3.1.
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    After looking further; it seems you may be experiencing a cross domain issue. Something like this:

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?192730
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    Publish from the toolbar will publish your entire app. This path is edited from Project Settings.

    If you populate the publish path in the web build settings, it will move only the built bits to...
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    Sounds to me like a URL Prefix issue. Maybe you still have localhost in there as your url prefix when it should be something else where you're publishing.
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    If there is a generated definition as well as a hand written definition; it will merge the configs as opposed to overwriting the generated definition config.

    I'm not totally sure this is used in...
  7. ragzovskii, this is a bug that has been reported to the Cmd team.
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    I would strongly encourage moving away from stbuild for your project. Have a look at this for phonegap/cordova builds.
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  9. sent you a PM
  10. Oh, my fault. I was thinking the store was an external file as well. I know you're getting the error in SA, can you see if it works in the browser? IT may just be a canvas thing.
  11. Move the model outside of the config object.
  12. Is this an Ext project?
  13. Ha! I edited that. By the time I was done, the picture was there. Can you post the store code?
  14. Can you post the store code?
  15. Sorry, I said "store directory" but in your case it would be the model directory. Create an external resource and save it in app/model/

    Then require it in the Application node. At that point the...
  16. If you put your custom class in the store directory then require it, you shouldn't have to have any additional files on the index.html.
  17. Sorry, orenmeidan. Unfortunately this is not possible.
  18. Have you tried this as a JS Resource? That may be a better solution vs. an override for dealing with models and stores.
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    Based on your screenshot there, the help button is on a panel that is not a child of the navView. They are at the same level.
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    It should be a top level. So drag it on to the "Views" node in Project Inspector.
  21. Right. You can not make changes to the files generated by Architect unless you use an override. The override class can be edited outside of Architect. You can also use external resources to include...
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    Via a browser or installed nativly?
  23. http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?282369-Sencha-Architect-3x-with-Cordova-PhoneGap
  24. Here's what I would try:

    1) First and foremost, delete the .sencha folder from c:\. This is a very critical first step. If you don't; every ensuing project you create will think it belongs to a...
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    Okay cool. Moving to QA and marking as answered. This could definitely help someone else in the future.
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