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    I set up our tabs to refresh a tab without creating a new event for tab clicking. Code and style changes are below.

    It is important to provide so feedback to the user indicating that the refresh...
  2. I am using this code in 2.0.1, and I experienced a difficult problem as a side effect. In a dialog window, I was populating a radio group by calling setValue on the selected radio button, and I...
  3. I have a numberfield with nothing special for attributes. allowBlank: false, and maxLength: 255. Two problems.


    When I enter up to 15 digits, it works fine. But entering 16-19 9-digits (e.gl...
  4. I am having this same problem in 2.0.1. This workaorund fixes the problem for me.

    Here is the xtype contructor for the fieldset containing these radio buttons, which is contained within a form,...
  5. I am having this same problem in 2.0.1. This workaorund fixes the problem for me.

    Here is the xtype contructor for the fieldset containing these radio buttons, which is contained within a form,...
  6. More likely I am confused. :-? I worked around some other problem by explicitly calling show() on the new tab (probably so I could add an activation handler after it was rendered), and that might...
  7. I don't know how the scrolling icons would look without the usual background.

    The way I did the two levels of tabs is very specific to our application, so you'll probably need to make...
  8. Well, it turns out my workaround above (wrapping the 'add' call with a beforetabchange handler that returns false ) is not working as I thought. The flash of the activated last tab is much faster,...
  9. After writing a longish description of how I built my nested tabs, I hit Ctrl-W accidently (Emacs bindings in my fingers) and closed the window. :( I don't want to write it again, but the attached...
  10. I tried 'activeTab: 0' in my tabPanel also. didnt work. Makes sense, since the tabPanel is empty to start with, and as each tab is added, it becomes active regardless of which tab is currently...
  11. I found a simple but non-obvious solution to the problem of how to not activate (really, select) a tab that is added dynamically. I needed this because I am building the tabs programmatically, though...
  12. Yes, I discovered that too, but you have to add another Container such as a panel or fieldset inside the table cell just to hold even a single form field.

    The 'form' layout would be much more...
  13. I was also surprised by the disappearance of the labels when using table layout. Form field labels also are displayed in fieldset elements, and columns (?), and what else? Why not tables too? Note...
  14. Maybe your suggested override of the mask and unmask methods is causing a different problem. In a slightly different context, I am seeing a mask expanded to be on top of the content of the window...
  15. This change appears to work for me. Thanks.

    Another tangentially related issue, by the way, is that the mask is completely opaque, and it covers the area with a light gray, except I see the...
  16. Below is a complete html doc that shows the problem (invisible after enable). It is a problem only in IE (7 at least), not Firefox.

    My workaround of calling cmp.doLayout(); cmp.hide();...
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    Hoping to raise the controversy level myself. I gave up on ExtJS grids and I am using YUI datatables for now, which use regular HTML tables, though they render them by using explicit DOM calls for...
  18. I found a workaround for the following problem:

    With a "check" event handler on a radio button, I am enabling a corresponding panel of a form. The previously checked radio button will disable its...
  19. So this thread should not be marked "solved" :-/

    I have the same kind of problem. I want autosizing of the tabpanel based on the contents. I don't want to specify the height or width explicitly....
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    I second mdissel's suggestion. Note that he uses 'items' instead of 'radios', which would be more compatible with the xtype constructors, and may have additional benefits.

    Other layouts besides...
  21. I spent several hours figuring out how to build a simple popup window with a scrolling form. I tried many combinations of configuration options, and searched for relevant hints in the forums. ...
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    Ironically enough, HTML TABLEs would do this calculation for you. But ExtJS simulates tables with DIVs.

    Depending on your application, a smarter way to compute the width of each column is to...
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    I think the problem is even worse than you describe, though the factors are different in Ext 2.0.

    Grids are rendered in HTML using a DIV for the whole grid containing a DIV for each row, and...
  24. Well, on reflection, it doesn't help if Ext code references Ext.self because that would still be the same global Ext rather than the local Ext that I was intending. (If you don't follow that, never...
  25. I want to share the Ext code between one top level window and all its frames or iframes (or popup windows, for that matter) using NO reloading or even reevaluating of ext-all.js? I would like to do...
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