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    silly me thanks for the hint will report to correct owner

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    Some problems using at FF


    hi,

    when i used at FF with Notification window,FF showed errors like these:

    1)
    Components is not defined

    if(this.fireEvent("beforeload", this, options) !== false){
    2)this.fireEvent is not a function

    if(this.fireEvent("beforeload", this, options) !== false){


    thank you for you help!

    Ming

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    Have you in your page the include line look like this?
    Code:
    <script language="JavaScript" src="/(path wher is place the Ux)/Ext.ux.Notification.js"></script>
    Can you post a segment of code where you use the Notification Ux?

    when I use it I follow this way:
    Code:
    //simpli Notify
                        var notify = new Ext.ux.Notification({
                                                title:              "My title",
                                                html:             "Notify Message",
                                                autoDestroy:  true,
                                                hideDelay:     1500
                                            });                                                            
                        notify.show( document ); 
    
    // notify with sound effect
                        var notify = new Ext.ux.Notification({
                                                title:              "My title",
                                                html:             "Notify Message",
                                                autoDestroy:  true,
                                                hideDelay:     5000
                                                listeners: {
                                                    'beforerender': function(){
                                                        Sound.enable();
                                                        Sound.play('/sounds/notify.wav');
                                                        Sound.disable();
                                                    }
                                                }
                                            });                        
                        notify.show(document);

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    Quote Originally Posted by mailme_gx View Post
    I have also noticed the persistent shadow, mainly when opening/closing the window quickly (under 1 second) if its displayed for a few seconds its fine, here is a snipit:

    Code:
        objSelf.msgWin = new Ext.ux.window.MessageWindow({
            title:'there is work to be done',
            html: 'working...',
            plain: true,
            autoHeight: true,
            autoWidth: true,
            shiftHeader: true,
            baseCls: 'x-box',
            clip: 'bottom',
            autoHide: false,
            iconCls: ''
        }).show(Ext.getDoc());
    hope this helps.
    Browser/os/ext details as per my previous post, I dont use many extensions to ff appart from firebug and noscript.
    The Noitification window stay open for 1500 ms ( a,5 seconds), but the shadow persist (I hate it )

    Quote Originally Posted by santhosh_chennai View Post
    i had the problem with toast window like this in EXT2.0 but that is problem in browser configuration. i had an add-on any color in firefox when i removed that and tried the toast window worked correctly but for your case i am not ale find the reason for your problem sorry when you got it solved kindly let me know what was the actual problem in toast window

    santhosh_chennai, I try this Example Page
    http://www.efattal.fr/extjs/examples/toastwindow/
    in my browsers, and all works fine, but this page use Extjs 2.2, in my application ( Extjs 3.0.0 ) I have the permanent shadow....
    other ideas?

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    [SOLVED]
    I've do a svn checkout, buil Extjs and put it in my application..
    Everything works Fine, and the damned shadow is vanished.

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    Default Notifications misplaced when resizing windows

    Notifications misplaced when resizing windows


    Hello,

    nice plugin, but when resizing browser window, the notifications remain in their old position.

    Best regards, Stefan

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    @dizzyd: i am using firefox3.5.5 and ext-3.0.3 and still having the shadow.

    does anybody know, why the div containing the shadow does not get moved by ghost or slideOut?

    kind regards,
    tobiu

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobiu View Post
    @dizzyd: i am using firefox3.5.5 and ext-3.0.3 and still having the shadow.

    does anybody know, why the div containing the shadow does not get moved by ghost or slideOut?

    kind regards,
    tobiu
    If you are still usingToastWindow instead of the new component, you can use this override. It hides the shadow before the animation starts which seems to be necessary since the shadow and the window do not share the same animated container (i.e. the window el is animated, which does not hold the shadow).

    I do not remember the behavior in Ext 2.2 and do not know if Ext 2.2 automatically did hide the shadow before the animation started - however, this makes for a better effect than the shadow remaining until the window's destroy method gets called

    Code:
     animHide: function(){
        Ext.ux.ToastWindowMgr.positions.remove(this.pos);
        
        this.el.disableShadow();
    
        this.el.ghost("b", {
            duration: 1,
            remove: true,
            scope: this,
            callback: this.destroy
        });    
    }

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    anyone have a fix for notification and the shadow for 3.x. I thought I had it nailed but it still has issues.

    EDIT - DOH - that fix works for notification also!

    Nice work!

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    Using the latest revision (3.1.1) this component suffers the same problem with shadow! Someone probably can fill in a bugreport..