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    Default How to share a custom theme in a multi-page ExtJS application

    How to share a custom theme in a multi-page ExtJS application


    I am wondering the best way to go about sharing a custom theme and resources like images in a multi-page ExtJS application build. It seems like it currently requires you to rebuild the theme for each individual page in your application.

    I would like to store the theme at the workspace level and be able to build the "app" (all pages) by issuing the `sencha app build` command from the workspace directory. Then each page would just reference the theme from the build root.

    Something like this..

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    build\resources\
    build\resources\images
    build\resources\css
    build\page1\
    ...
    build\page2
    ...

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    I am having this same problem as well.

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    Bump. Don't want this to get buried until we hear some official response from a Sencha dev.

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    I'm also interested to hear what the "proper" way is, if one exists. The best I could do was hack together a not-too-great solution using the Ant integration of Sencha Cmd.

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    Sorry for the delay. I promise I haven't been ignoring your question ...

    At present, elbow grease is about the only answer (and leveraging Ant is a good choice there). You could create a "theme app" (an app with just one theme) to help isolate the theme from "real" apps.

    We will be working on a more elegant answer for future releases.
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    Check the docs. Learn how to (properly) report a framework issue and a Sencha Cmd issue

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    Thanks for replying Don. I have a work around for now but hope this makes it in.

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