28 Sep 2010 12:11 PM #141
That would tell you nothing as it is only a proxy to the larger (proprietary) server-side tree library. If you need a read-only tree it is enough if you return tree nodes json exactly as in any other tree server script.
5 Oct 2010 1:37 PM #142
Can I mark some items as checked at load? I use your plug-in in a form and i'd like to edit the db, so it would be nice to mark the previously checked items as checked at the load of CheckTreePanel.
5 Oct 2010 3:11 PM #143
10 Mar 2011 3:04 AM #144
IE9 RC bug
IE9 RC bug
Hey guys, on IE9 RC the Ext.ux.tree.CheckTreePanel doesn't do anything whatsoever when you click on any node whether you want expand or check them.
Other than Microsoft throwing a new junk on the market all other browsers including older IE7/8, FF3.6/4 beta and Chrome 9/10 beta are working well.
Line: 36546 Error: Unable to get value of the property 'ui': object is null or undefined
Last edited by dotnetwise; 10 Mar 2011 at 3:11 AM. Reason: added error details
10 Mar 2011 6:35 AM #145
10 Mar 2011 6:46 AM #146
Even weird I can drag but I can't click to expand/check.
I'm on a Windows 2008 R2 Server with SP1 virtual machine and IE9 Beta installed.
The screencast is under remote desktop but that should not matter as long as all other browsers are working correct, even IE7/IE8 but IE9.
10 Mar 2011 7:46 AM #147
It's all about Browser Mode and Document Mode - I'm totally confused as to what M$ meant by that. It works fine in Browser Mode: IE9 and Document Mode: IE8 Standards. That is what I'm trying to force by
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=8" >
4 Aug 2011 11:28 PM #148
Hi, this error maybe is caused by the new microsoft trend for IE9 to follow only standard functions, standard tags and it's not the only one. Forcing to IE8 compatibility it's a workaround, and it works, but isn't possible to do a fix for this issue?
23 Oct 2011 11:54 PM #149
I would like implemented markInvalid et and clearInvalid on the checkTreePanel, to show to the users
that it must check at least a value ...
Does someone already implement this function ?
Actually, I have
Thanks you very much
21 Nov 2011 8:40 AM #150
I have just the same error. But it was not with the checkTreePanel event. It was happened when the mouse pointer was over the tree note. This issue was reproduced with Browser mode: IE9 and Document mode: IE9 standards. I used ExtJs 3.4. There are some reasons, that I can't use the IE8 in the document mode and new ExtJs 4.0. Did you bring this issue to a close? If yes, please, let me know how you could do it. I will appreciate any help. Thank you.