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    This is exactly what i needed to support multi valued fields. Thanks

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    Magical Extension.... thanks! :-)

    A couple of questions in the same area of interest:

    1) Is it possible to load default data and what format (ie json array, comma list??)

    2) we also want to put a button at the end of the field to pop up a dialogue of tags that would be added to the list. (aka tag picker)... how would we return this to the text field?

    For both: is there an update() event on the control that would parse the list to make sure that it is correct?

    3) also when I paste a valid list into the text box it clears it.... I suppose this is similar to the above

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    Modify the updateDisplay and onBlur methods. The methods must call the immediate parent class of MultiSelectTextField. So Ext.form.ComboBox.superclass.onBlur.call will become Ext.ux.MultiSelectTextField.superclass.onBlur.call and similarly for updateDisplay.

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    One feature I'd like to request is the ability to have items entered in the field that arent in the store.

    For example, think of a tagging system (or an email to field). You can select an existing tag (or email address from an addressbook), but you can also use your own tag (or enter a freeform email address that isnt from the addressbook).

    Also, in the example, I dont see a way of querying the underlying selected values. Is the right approach to query the form for the hidden fields and get the values that way? Any chance of a method that does that work for you? (could just return this.values()!)

    Would be a nice addition to the demo page, to have the send button pop a message box with the current selected values.

    Finally, is it possible to have the separator char also act as a 'select' trigger for the dropdown? So as well as enter selecting the highlighted item, the separator would do the same.

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    Server down? Damn then i need it, it gone

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    Unable to download the plugin. Can you upload the plugin.

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    Question Post the code for Multitext field plugin

    Post the code for Multitext field plugin


    Hi,
    the article matches with the exact requirement of mine..please upload the plugin again in valid site.

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    hi all, i requested a copy on Help 2.0 forum but no answer
    If some one has a copy please share

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    Default MultiSelectTextField

    MultiSelectTextField


    Could anyone help us uploading the code

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