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    so what is everyone else subscribed to this thread doing, that needs to upgrade to 4.1.x?

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    If I have a commercial license for Ext4.x can I use this component or is this a separate license?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hendricd View Post
    As roadmapped, MIF-alpha2 is now available.

    To see things in action, simply expand the zip file into your /examples folder of your Ext 4 distribution.

    Notes:

    Work left to do: CSS module, messaging.
    Minimal testing done at this stage on Opera.?

    Study the mif.js demo script fully to see what all is going on.

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    yes, I'm bumping....we are still stuck at 4.0.7, and rely on this extension

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    @smokeman - Have you tried the barebones IFrame.js extension that is in the ExtJS examples ux folder? I found that is does everything I need.

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    no, I wasn't even aware of it...thanks! I'll check it out.

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    it's funny that that file links to the ux.managediframe for extjs 3.x, and says for serious iframe work, use it.

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    just an update, we were able to use IFrame.js in the ux folder. Thanks for the tip!

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    I'm just starting to port my old 3.2 code to ext 4.1. I got the latest Alpha 2 release of the mif, and am wondering about the old mif.getFrame().get('someiframedomid') call.

    Is this supported?

    Thanks,
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    Do you have your source code in github or similar to avoid forum version hunt syndrome?
    Did it came out of alpha?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hendricd View Post
    As roadmapped, MIF-alpha2 is now available.

    To see things in action, simply expand the zip file into your /examples folder of your Ext 4 distribution.

    Notes:

    Work left to do: CSS module, messaging.
    Minimal testing done at this stage on Opera.?

    Study the mif.js demo script fully to see what all is going on.

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    where can we find the latest for MIF?

    Thanks