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I have never done the override in Architect. This is what I think the process is:
I have a window with multiple gridpanels in it. First promote the gridpanel of interest using "Promote to Class". Then override the new gridpanel class with something like this: (instead of overriding the view):
The next minor version supports a `createAlias`. Essentially you can put in a placeholder plugin and then change its createAlias to 'preview'.
So it would work like so:
- You would either include the preview plugin directly by linking a JS Resource or setting up your Loader properly.
- You would then add a plugin to your grid.
- You would then configure its createAlias to 'preview'.
What do you think of this?
Alternatively you could also use the coming processConfig feature. You would mark your view as needing additional processing and then you could inject the plugin into your view.
Sencha Architect Development Team
The plugin is already included and completely works when I add add a plugins array to the config. The only issue is that the view within Architect goes blank.
It sounds like either options will allow me to define something that is "ignored" by Architect (therefor not screw up the view), but at runtime will take the same effect (as what I have today). That is exactly what I need.
Will this be in the next 2.1 build or do you mean 2.2? Any rough idea on timeframe?