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    Hidden windows are visible


    With Ext4.0.7, I use designer "Version 1.2.2 Build:48" and a controller declared in designer.js.
    I have to hide windows on render in spite of "hidden" is set on true.
    Not very nice as windows appear briefly before to be hidden.
    Is it a bug of the designer, the library? If it is, do you know a work around?

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    windows are hidden by default so not sure what your doing to alter this behavior. Note that the default value for hidden is true http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!...dow-cfg-hidden
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    Thanks. I agree. But as I am working with a controller, so I can very easily withdraw my own code to get the designer behaviour only. I made only a viewport and 2 windows. The windows are still visible in spite of the default hidden set. More over, each window is:
    hideMode: visibility
    layout: fit
    closeAction: hide
    modal: true
    That's all. Have I missed a detail in the configuration?

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    Can you share some code?
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    Have you tried Designer 2?
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    Here is the *.xds


    test.xds[ATTACH=CONFIG]remove[/ATTACH]

    Fine inclose the *.xds I use with library ext407.
    I have not tried designer 2 yet.

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    I have tried designer2 Build 311 Beta. It resolves the issue on windows, but I get a new one on the treeview container autoexpand. I stopped there the effort for migrate the application. So I'll have to find a tip on designer 1.2 as everything work fine except for windows hidden .

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    I finally used "cls" with those css tags:
    .hide_window{
    visibility:hidden;
    }

    .show_window{
    visibility:visible;
    }
    Every windows comes with hide_window cls and for showing:
    Ext.getCmp('my_window').addCls('show_window');//once
    Ext.getCmp('my_window').show(); or hide() evrey time needed.

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    Have you tried using hideMode: display
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    I guess that's the default. I'm not sure what your doing as I don't have any of the code your using to display this window ...

    why not simply not call .show() on the window until your ready?
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