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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronsama View Post
    Great work!
    That's the replacement to my NavigationView I was looking for.
    It still doesn't work on Android 2.3 though. Has anyone managed to solve this problem?
    I don't have an Android device to test with. If anyone can do some testing and submit a patch, I'll add it in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wnielson View Post
    I don't have an Android device to test with. If anyone can do some testing and submit a patch, I'll add it in.
    Hello, I just wanted to see if anyone has an update on the Android status for this? Thanks.

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    hell yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
    one of the best components I've seen fo sho.

    anyways, tested this on my galaxy nexus with ICS 4.0.2:
    - on chrome beta - doesnt work at all (but its the first beta so will probably be fixed soon)
    - on the default android browser it works. some quirks though mainly due to animation (is there a way to disabe animation?). on the way out the sliding panel adjusts a few pixels from the top. on the way back the sliding panel adjusts it self such that the whole panel goes a few pixels to the right and to the bottom and that adjusts back. looks kinda bad.
    I did not look at the code but I used to see such behavior in ST1 when I was relayouting components...

    I will use my iphone when I get back home to test this plus film the nexsus's behavior with the iphone and put a link here so that you can see what I am talking about.
    BTW, the sliding gesture on the toolbar to open the menu - no sure its a good idea for android cause on chrome sliding like that switches between open tabs...

    great component! hope to see it polished some more and finalized - I will surely use it.
    thanks for sharing!!

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    Hey, the issue we're seeing is on older versions of Android (2.x, and 3.x). When the component loads, the list is sitting on top of everything, and selecting any of the items doesn't do anything.

    If you don't have a phone running an older version of Android, you can test and see this in the Android emulator that comes with the Android sdk.

    Thanks

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    here is a movie showing the ICS quirks I mentioned before... you can see the panel going up and down instead of just right and left

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    BTW; and this is more of an MVC architecture question
    the sliding menu is a component, yet, in the example, it resides in the view folder of an ST2 MVC app. is that where custom components should go? is view.js the right name?
    thanks

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    I can't get to seem to get this to work in 2.0 final version.

    I get this error:

    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot call method 'get' of undefined
    View.js Line 269

    Line 269 in View.js is:
    if (!Ext.ModelManager.get(model)) {

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    So I fixed the above error by adding "Ext.ModelManager" to the requires.

    however I'm now in the View.js initialize function.. it throws an error when the this.list.select(0) is called... there is no item at index 0.

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    bnerd, have you added anything to 'items'?

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