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    This is example is very cool but a little over our end users heads at the moment.

    Can the minimize just auto-collapse window in lower left area? If so can you lead me to the right window params or example please? I have minimizable:true but the button does nothing.

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    it's cool.
    How can make it show the window with onclick event?

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    Panel that calls the open window command.
    Code:
    //menu item - smartMenu
    var smartMenu = new Ext.Panel({
        title    :'Reporting',
        html    :'<a href="#" onClick="toggleReporting()">toggleReporting()</a>',
        border    :false
    });
    Function that the panel above calls.
    Code:
    //function used to open reporting window
    function toggleReporting() {
        w = Ext.getCmp('reportingPanel');
        w.hidden ? w.show() : w.hide();
        console.log('toggleReporting()');
    }
    Reporting window created but hidden at runtime. This is the window that opens and closes when a user clicks the link in the panel above.
    Code:
    new Ext.Window({
        id                    : 'reportingPanel',
        collapsible            : true,
        closeAction            : 'hide',
        closable            : true,
        plain                : false,
        height                : 400,
        width                : 800,
        layout                : 'fit',
        title                : 'Reports'
    }).hide();

    Another example of this concept is found in the complex border layout example. It creates a link in the second tab in center that controls the west menu.

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    It's very nice work. I was looking for one like this and it made it very easy for me.

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    Default Using with Ext JS 4.0 yields 3 problems...

    Using with Ext JS 4.0 yields 3 problems...


    The 3 problems I encounter are -
    1) This file is no longer supported in version 4.0:
    <script type="text/javascript" src="./ext-2.2/adapter/ext/ext-base.js"></script>
    I searched online and someone says use bootstrap.js instead, not sure whether it is correct.
    2) Ext.reg('uxwindow', Ext.ux.Window); is no longer supported in version 4.0
    I hv changed to
    Ext.ux.Window = Ext.extend(Ext.Window, {
    alias: 'widget.uxwindow',
    ...
    3) Firefox says "me.model is undefined", Chrome says "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot call method 'getProxy' of undefined", the error occurs in "ext-all-debug.js" line 44348. I still don't know how to resolve it, anyone has any idea?

    Thus until now I still can't run this project... it would be a pity if this project cannot be use with 4.0.

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