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    Using Ext.buildSettings.baseCSSPrefix in Sencha Architect


    The host platform on which my application lives uses some CSS class names from the Ext namespace. So I load the following code before my application to prevent the styles clobbering each other:

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    Ext = {buildSettings: {baseCSSPrefix: 'f-'}}
    Is there any way for Architect to do this? Either availing the baseCSSPrefix configuration directly or load a custom version of ext-all.js?

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    There's nothing currently built into Architect to support this.

    I've pinged the Ext JS framework guys and we'll look into how we can best incorporate direct support into Architect for this.
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    Excellent, thanks for the feedback @aconran.

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    No luck in Sencha Architect 3.0.1.1343 - as a workaround I tried customizing a JS Resource in the Library but to no avail ;-)

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