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    'Mixed' type


    In the API documentation, there's reference to a 'Mixed' type, what does that refer to? Does that mean it can be a DOM ID, Dom Element or Ext object? Or something far more generic?

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    How about specifying a specific reference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjlecomte View Post
    How about specifying a specific reference?
    Lol, good point!

    http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs/

    Choose 'Window' and then navigate to the 'renderTo' method that details 'Mixed'.

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    Yeah, so mixed means it could be a combination of the single types (like Boolean, String, Number, Array, Object, etc.). It depends on the API reference what is actually accepted. When you're not clear on it, I'd suggest opening the source code for that Class and inspecting it.

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