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    Just curious if there is any way to have this work without the '_' values showing up in the textbox. I want to just limit the field to 6 characters and have it look and feel as if nothing was different. I'm currently using it with this config option:


    plugins: [new Ext.ux.InputTextMask('999999', false)]

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    Default Request Feature

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    This script is awesome !!! I dont know why it isnt in the core ! Thanks !

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    very nice. i wonder how we can simply create new vtypes out of this? (does it even make sense for vtypes anymore..perhaps a dump question ...)

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    Talking quantity input field

    quantity input field


    Is it possible to use this to create a "quantity" input field with this?
    By quantity input field I mean:
    enter any number, be able to only enter one decimal point, and get it all nicely formatted with a thousand separator.

    regards,
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    Default Actually no :(

    Actually no :(


    No, actually no.
    I think that a good work could be to extract all the input management logic, insert int into some classes, and let the text management to the application....
    But I don't have time ATM

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    Hi bobbicat71,

    Brilliant work! One question: What license are you releasing this extension under? GPL 3.0 or one of the FLOSS compatible open-source options?

    I searched through this thread and the source, but could not find any reference to a license. I apologize in advance if it's noted somewhere and I just missed.

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    Default @geoffrey.mcgill

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    It's released as part of Cherry On Ext (http://code.google.com/p/cherryonext/), and so is LGPL v3 or later.
    Ciao

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    Default delete and backspace

    delete and backspace


    when i hold delete or backspace the mask disconfigure...i need making any stuff???
    the key '~' is not validate i think
    the key '

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    Default dont work with keys

    dont work with keys


    hello this key dont work too

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    Excellent work.
    How ever javascript (which Ext is based on) already has some good regEx support.
    See http://www.zytrax.com/tech/web/regex.htm for the syntaxes.

    Rather than build a syntax of your own, why not build upon the existing, so that
    1. It will be easy for those who have already know the javascript syntax and use of regEx.
    2. You will be adding some EXTRA stuff.. Not figuring out tht the wheel has to be round!
    3. It will be more comprehensive, as the javascript functions are mature by now, bug fixed ( i hope)

    What i would suggest is to extend your grate work to provide with some plugin (possible) at the component level, tht can be connected to ANY UI widget. So even a password,textbox,textarea can use this facility.

    Also some prebuilt testers for email ( xxx@xx.xx), address, po. box, phone number, country, timezone, age etc might be nice.