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    getting these errors in my console:
    Cannot call method 'bringToFront' of undefined
    GMap2 is not defined

    I am just trying to get a window up showing google maps using v3

    Code:
      Ext.ux.GMapPanel.superclass.afterRender.call(this);    
            
            if (this.gmapType === 'map'){
                this.gmap = new GMap2(this.body.dom);
            }
    Im literally just using the examples to start with, just to get v3 working initially, the first block is where the console is showiing me th gmap2 error

    Code:
     toFront : function(e){
            if(this.manager.bringToFront(this)){
                if(!e || !e.getTarget().focus){
                    this.focus();
                }
            }
            return this;
        },
    this is where the bringtofront undefined is, but that ext-all-debug.js file so I dont know why im having trouble with that.

    any advice is appreciated,
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    figured out so nm
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