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    Default [2.0.1] link to thread in 2.0 bug forum

    [2.0.1] link to thread in 2.0 bug forum


    http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=29231

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    Quote Originally Posted by slobo View Post
    but the taskbar and the start menu is still accessible
    in case of a modal window...
    Sorry, I'm very newbie in development of Ext applications. Next code (diff) is my little dirty hack that I use in my application based on desktop example:
    Code:
    Index: taskbar.js
    ===================================================================
    --- taskbar.js    (revision 1)
    +++ taskbar.js    (working copy)
    @@ -383,6 +383,7 @@
      * @class Ext.ux.TaskBar.TaskButton
      * @extends Ext.Button
      */
    +var _modalWinTitleSpanEl;
     Ext.ux.TaskBar.TaskButton = function(win, el){
         this.win = win;
         Ext.ux.TaskBar.TaskButton.superclass.constructor.call(this, {
    @@ -390,12 +391,23 @@
             text: Ext.util.Format.ellipsis(win.title, 12),
             renderTo: el,
             handler : function(){
    -            if(win.minimized || win.hidden){
    -                win.show();
    -            }else if(win == win.manager.getActive()){
    -                win.minimize();
    -            }else{
    -                win.toFront();
    +            var activeWindow = win.manager.getActive();
    +        if (activeWindow && !activeWindow.modal) {
    +            if(win.minimized || win.hidden){
    +                win.show();
    +                }else if(win == win.manager.getActive()){
    +                    win.minimize();
    +                }else{
    +                    win.toFront();
    +                }
    +            } else {
    +                var _t = Ext.query('div#' + activeWindow.id + ' div.x-window-tl div.x-window-tr div.x-window-tc div:only-child span:last-child');
    +                _modalWinTitleSpanEl = Ext.get(_t[0]);
    +                for (var i=200;i<=1200;i+=200) {
    +                    setTimeout("_modalWinTitleSpanEl.replaceClass('x-window-header-text', 'x-window-header-text-masked')", i);
    +                    i+=200;
    +                    setTimeout("_modalWinTitleSpanEl.replaceClass('x-window-header-text-masked', 'x-window-header-text')", i);
    +                }
                 }
             },
             clickEvent:'mousedown',
    This code forbids to be switched to other windows by a click in taskbar and does the text of heading of a modal window blinking. Also you need to add class x-window-header-text-masked, which contains "color:gray;".

    Is there any nice solution for this task?

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    Posted my fix based on Animal's approach in #2: here.

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    Posted my solution to this: here.

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