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    be used with the new themeing.

    Please be kind, Im trying to learn

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    The CSS has changed quite a bit. The markup generated is dynamic as well. I highly doubt it :-\

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    I didnt think so ... but ...

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    @jgarcia's right - In Ext 3 and earlier, it's more or less the same markup all the time. In Ext 4, especially with grids, the markup is different based on what features you have enabled. Also, in Ext 4, grid markup is supposed to be more like a <table> on steroids. That's different than Ext 3.

    The good thing is that theming is a) much more configurable, and b) somewhat browser targeted - older browsers like IE8 and below will get sprited themes, where newer browsers like Chrome, FF 4, and soon IE9 will use CSS3 for gradients, rounded corners, etc. And this support is all exposed via SASS, so you'll just go in and change some variables and compile out a new theme.

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