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    ext.ux.exporter config columns to export


    Hello,
    I use ext.ux.exporter.

    http://edspencer.net/2009/11/ext-ux-...el-or-csv.html

    How can I configure columns what I want to export ?

    Thanks for your answers.

    Sorry for my very bad english

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    It should just export the columns that you have on the grid. So if you don't want a column to be exported, remove it/hide it.
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