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    As I said, it will be back in Controller meaning it's not there.
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    I'm finding it hard to understand what you're saying.

    I've not put it in my controller or the functionality to use 'views: ' has been removed from controllers and will be coming back in a future release?

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    in my view I've added :

    Code:
        requires : [
            'MyApp.view.Login', 
            'MyApp.view.Profile',
            'MyApp.view.Settings'
        ],
    and changed

    Code:
    { xtype: 'MyApp.view.Settings', title: 'Settings', iconCls: 'settings' }
    to

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    { xclass: 'MyApp.view.Settings', title: 'Settings', iconCls: 'settings' }
    I have no idea why this works other than it's what is used in one of the bundled examples.

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    *sigh*

    The problem now is my tab panel doesn't change tabs.

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    Ok i got it working again

    Set the requires array in the view and in my settings view changed the alias (widget.settings) to xtype (settings).

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