You found a bug! We've classified it as EXTJS-3046 . We encourage you to continue the discussion and to find an acceptable workaround while we work on a permanent fix.
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    Absolutely right, it's funny that they call it a feature not a bug..either way, it's bad design and is against conventions..

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    This is most certainly not a bug, however it would be nice if setValue would accept a "silent" argument, defaulting to false, so if you were to pass true as a second argument, for example, the event wouldn't get triggered.

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    In the meantime you can use suspendEvents(), resumeEvents()

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    How about using setRawValue() to overcome this issue instead? I see that it does not trigger the 'change' event.

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    wats the final result of this bug... i too dont want to fire change event when i call setValue function.

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    +1 for a flag!

    This thread shows as still open so I'm replying even though it's 3 years after the OP...
    I'm on both sides of the fence on this. Currently, I am using the change event for checks on some fields and for others, I would like to suppress it. A flag argument would be perfect.