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    Ext is not defined in Google Chrome


    I have an app working in FireFox, IE6 and Opera, but for some reason in Google Chrome and Safari, it says that Ext is not defined, even though it seems that all references are correct, as proven that it works in the other browsers. Anyone else run into this?

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    Can you post some example code?

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    Never seen this but if you are able to reproduce it please let us know. Could it possibly be a proxy or cache issue?
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    My app is pretty large so give me some time to try and get a very simple example to try and reproduce it. I know it has worked in the past, so I'm not sure at what point it broke. I'm just curious, is there some similarities between Chrome and Safari because they are the only ones that don't work. What ever the problem is, they both don't like it, when Firefox, IE and Opera seem to ignore whatever it is.

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    Chrome and Safari are very similar. They are both based on webkit.

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