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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    You shouldn't touch the touch directory. Instead you should have the code somewhere else in you app and then edit the app.classpath property in the .sencha/app/sencha.cfg file. This is where it tells what directories to inspect.
    Ok. So I suppose this is the variable I should modify: app.resource.paths.

    What is the best practice. Should I put the Ux.locale.Manager code inside the package directory?

    EDIT: As a quick test I have set this: app.resource.paths=${app.dir}/touch/src/locale and the problem persists.

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    The correct variable was: app.classpath just like you wrote.

    Sorry but it is 17:40 here and I'm quite tired so I overlooked it.

    Thank you very much for your help.

    I'll revert the change Ext.locale.Manager to Ux.locale.Manager as it was before.

    Is the package directory the appropriate place for your code?

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    You can place the code wherever makes sense for you. The package directory is meant to be used for Cmd packages.
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    Ok. Is there a packaged version of the locale manager?

    In the end I created a directory "extensions". It seems the most appropriate to me. Polluting the packages directory doesn't seem to be a good idea.

    Really, thank you for all the patience. =)

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    This component does not exist on the market. is it still being worked on? is there an alternative?..I really like it as it is the only locale manager I have found so far for extjs.

    Thanks.

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