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    Is it possibile read public Sencha forum offline?
    Ideally I need a nightly build zipped file to download and read on table without internet connection.
    Also as simple text file.

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    This is not possible.
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    although it is notthe answer Iexpected,thanks anyway

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    I agree.

    Sencha forum are unvaluable source of knowdlege, but, I'm a student and premium support is quite expensive ...

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    Really?

    It was so common in Usenet era ... but of course I'm talking about newsgroups not plain forum.
    However I'd like a lot a functionality like wikipedia "Create a book" for Sencha forums.

    Printed or electronic books for ExtJs 4 are not so common ...

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