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    How to change framework version in Architect


    I've just downloaded the latest Architect exe to install over my existing one (I'm behind a proxy and it never seems to update by itself), and I'd like to change the Framework version from 4.0.x to 4.1.x when I go to Settings > Framework. Is this possible? Or does it always just show 4.0.x to mean that and 4.1.x?

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    Right click on Library and click Upgrade to 4.1.x.

    As an aside, where would you think this would reside? Lots of people ask this question so obviously we haven't placed it some place that is easily discoverable.
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    I couldn't even find Library, but drilled down beneath everything and eventually found it below Resources. I would think that the Ext JS version should be in the Settings window in the Framework tab (which seems to do nothing at the moment?). Thanks.

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    I agree as well, settings.

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    I was hoping this could be done, and lo and behold it can. I agree that project settings makes more sense than right clicking on library.

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    +1 for the "Project Settings"

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    +1 for adding it to Settings though if it's not much trouble keep it as an option on Library, too - I kind of like it now that I know it's there.

    The really confusing thing for me was that the option is not available until the project is saved. I tried upgrading a throw-away brand new Ext 4.1 project, left thinking it wasn't possible, and ended up hacking the xds file instead