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    You regenerated the js AND the resources, and then copied them from their destination directories into your app?

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    To finish up this case:
    1. The first dialog (search) was fixed in SVN (Thanks Evant!)
    2. All the other dialogs is fixed with buttonAlign:'left' and linebreaks in html code.
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    Tips regarding SVN (I had never done this before). This is how I did it:
    1. Download: TortoiseSVN here: http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads
    2. Install it (reboot is required)
    3. Download JS‐BUILDER here: http://code.google.com/p/js‐builder/
    4. Install it.
    5. Create a folder, ex: extjs_from_trunk a) right click on the folder, and select: TortoiseSVN‐> Repo‐browser b) Add path: http://code.extjs.com/svn/ext/trunk
    c) add SVN username and password d) Right‐click on trunk. Select “Export”
    Go to the folder: C:\extjs_from_trunk\src
    Doubleclick on the ext.jsb file - > Build in meny. Do the same with the \resources\resources.jsb

    * You can now copy this copy over to your \extjs folder

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    Case closed!

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    Thanks for all help!

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