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    MessageBox and AlertMessageBox : Unrecognized image file format


    Had this issue with both MessageBox and AlertMessageBox. (GXT 3.0.0 Beta4 downloaded today.)

    - Rebinding com.sencha.gxt.core.client.dom.Layer.LayerResources
    - Invoking generator com.google.gwt.resources.rebind.context.InlineClientBundleGenerator
    - Preparing method middleCenter
    - Adding image 'com.sencha.gxt.core.client.dom.Layer.LayerResources.middleCenter'
    - Unrecognized image file format

    FireFox 10 is the browser. WinXP, Eclipse 3.7

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    I'm not able to reproduce this with an empty entry point with only new MessageBox("Heading", "Message").show() (or with AlertMessageBox). Are you doing something more complex? If so, please post a code example that implements EntryPoint, and I'll try that instead.

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    WesleyMoy,

    Thanks for looking into this. It is funny, but I can't seem to reproduce it now. I tried everything I could think of when I had the issue.

    I have tried simple entry points on the same machine. I believe when I got the issue, I was trying to pop up a dialog in a callback from a JSON RPC, and I see the code that I replaced it with -- I ended up just using an Info.display() and going on.

    But now that I put the MessageBox() back in, it seems to work. Must have been something incorrect or transient in my environment.

    I'll let you know if I see it again and will post code.

    Cheers!

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