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    Default Surface.getSprites() removed

    Surface.getSprites() removed


    In GXT 3.0.0, it looks like the Surface.getSprites() method was removed.


    This method, in prior versions like RC, returned a SpriteList object, which had a clear() method():


    Code:
    clear() 
              Clears all items from the composite and removes them their surface.

    This allowed something like this, for removing all Sprites from a drawing/surface:


    Code:
            // clear the dashboard drawing.
            SpriteList<Sprite> sprites = drawing.getSurface().getSprites();
            sprites.clear();

    With the changes in 3.0.0 chart/draw, I see no simple way of doing this. I assume this is a mistake/oversight, because surely we are not expected to iterate over every Sprite in a Surface in order to call Sprite.remove.


    Please advise on how to clear a DrawComponent or Surface of all its Sprites.


    Thanks,
    Don P.

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    This has been fixed and will be in the next release. Also there is now a direct clearSurface method on DrawComponent.

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    GXT 3.0.1 has been released and contains this fix.

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