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    Glad to see you figure it out .. thanks for the update!

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    really cool Dracofyre, it worked nicely. One thing I see is that now the fields on my form don't have the same size as they were inside the Ext.form.FormPanel, I read that's because the latter defines automagically the sizes, is there a workaround to do what Ext.form.FormPanel does? and even though this really works nicely, why is it not possible to put the Ext.form.FormPanel directly inside the Ext.Action? it would be easier in that way, isn't it?

    thanks again for your cool support Dracofyre and Scott

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    sorry about the last question, it was just a matter of width and bodyStyle, now it is great, thank you guys again, you rock