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    the error there isn't if I remove the localization script.
    I have googled for this error and the only result was this thread.
    Try to add the script for localization at a blank project and compile... you can see the error.

    The error not appears with classic theme, seem appears only with netpune based theme

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    I have a solution, seems to be sufficient overwrite in the theme the variables that appear in the error

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    Overriding variables in theme solves this problem. The reason for the error has to do with the language file, because the project builds fine when the resource is removed from the project.

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    Hi.

    I'm facing the exact same problem right now. If I remove the language resource, it compiles ok.
    But I didn't understand the workaround mariod842 proposed. How do I do that?

    Thx
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    Open Sencha Architect, scroll down to resources and select your theme. In the properties panel a tab named Theme appears. Search for the variables that are mentioned in the error log during compiling and give them a value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Datamex View Post
    Open Sencha Architect, scroll down to resources and select your theme. In the properties panel a tab named Theme appears. Search for the variables that are mentioned in the error log during compiling and give them a value.
    Thanks for the help.

    I went there and added #ffffff to all "form field background color" related stuff I can find but it still gives the same error:

    PHP Code:
    [INFexecuting compass using system installed ruby runtime
        error Ghs
    -all.scss (Line 21 of ../../../../../ext/packages/ext-theme-neutral/sass/var/form/field/HtmlEditor.scssUndefined variable"$form-field-background-color".)
    identical Ghs-all.css 
    [ERR
    [
    ERRBUILD FAILED
    [ERRcom.sencha.exceptions.ExProcesscompass process exited with non-zero code 
    Any other tip?
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    FYI, the part from the locale file that is crashing the build is the last line:
    PHP Code:
    Ext.define("Ext.locale.pt_BR.Component", {
             
    override"Ext.Component"
    }); 
    If I comment out this, the build will work.
    What is the purpose of this define?
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