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    Hey buddy,thx alot, console.log() is quite useful

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    You might also want to download illuminations for firebug:
    http://www.illuminations-for-developers.com/

    This allows you to console.log() ext components (i.e. stores, gridpanels, etc), and be able to view the records within, all attributes and properties, etc, as you would normally navigate an element's DOM tree. It's invaluable for when debugging with EXTJS.

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