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    i fixed the IE issue - it's pure css.

    I also added possibility to call the lightbox directly with a text ore some html.

    See the demo: http://dev.sk-typo3.de/ext/lightbox.html
    vg Steffen
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    Release Manager of TYPO3 4.5

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    不错,这个玩意正好用上。

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    YAY!!!! It is working great with IE8. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I really do.

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    Hummm. does not work with 3.2 ...

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    try this http://code.atmaworks.com/extbox/

    has support iframe and inline code

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    Hi,
    I like this lightbox. I'm not verry familiar with extjs and just play a little bit around. Today I tried to open a lightbox and show a extjs.FormPanel. So far this works, but when i render my form inside of the lightbox I can't use any of the implemented buttons - no handler gets called. If i try to render the form to `document.body` all buttons work normal. Her is a little bit of my code:

    In the HTML-code I do as in the Demo and place a hidden div:
    HTML Code:
        <div id='lightbox' style="display: none">
            <b>Motor editieren</b>
           
        </div>
    I don't use a link to call the lightbox - It's opend by a menu
    PHP Code:
    function showLightbox(titlewidthheight){
        
    Ext.ux.extbox.open(Ext.fly('inline'), 'inline'false, {
            
    href'#lightbox',
            
    titletitle,
            
    inlinetrue,
            
    scalefalse,
            
    animatetrue,
            
    widthwidth,
            
    heightheight,
            
    close'×',
            
    hideInfo'auto'
        
    });
    }; 
    render the form and show the lightbox:
    PHP Code:
    function editEngine(){
        
    debug('Motor editieren''Formular rendern');
        
    mdb.forms.editEngine = new Ext.FormPanel({
            
    labelWidth75,
            
    url'edit_engine_data',
            
    frametrue,
            
    title'Daten eingeben',
            
    bodyStyle'padding:5px 5px 0',
            
    width350,
            
    defaults: {
                
    width230
            
    },
            
    defaultType'textfield',
            
            
    items: [{
                
    fieldLabel'Name',
                
    name'name',
                
    allowBlankfalse
            
    }, {
                
    fieldLabel'Bezeichnung',
                
    name'description'
            
    }, {
                
    fieldLabel'Serialnummer',
                
    name'serailNr'
            
    }, {
                
    fieldLabel'Leistung',
                
    name'wattage'
            
    }, {
                
    fieldLabel'Spannung',
                
    name'voltage'
            
    }],
            
            
    buttons: [{
                
    text'Save',
                
    handler: function(){console.log('saveButton')}
            }, {
                
    text'Cancel',
                
    handler: function(){console.log('cancelButton')}
            }]
        }); 
        
    mdb.forms.editEngine.addButton({
            
    text'just close',
            
    handler: function(){
                
    Ext.ux.extbox.close();
            }
        })
        
        
        
    mdb.forms.editEngine.render(Ext.fly('lightbox'));
        
    showLightbox('Motor Editieren'500350);

    //    mdb.forms.editEngine.render(document.body);


    any idea what I am doing wrong?

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    Great plugin, phyton! Seems to work well with Ext Core 3.0 and FF. Currently debugging a few issues seen in IE8...

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    Will you please tell me how can i call this lightbox for an enlarged view of image. Scenario is, i have a window with an image and a link. When i click the link image needs to be enlarged. My doubt is how can i call this lightbox extension to achieve my requirement. Will you please provide some code snippets to describe the calling part.

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    Remove animate Ext JS 4


    animate: false don't work, continue with animation in interface. Any ideas?

    Thank's