Thanks Aaron. (as I run to my dictionary to find out if "at the moment" implies any future work).
I noticed if I add my own "requires" to catch the overwrite class in my viewport that it works as I would expect (code below). Is that the plan? That is, when we create overrides, do we need to add the requires ourself, or is this an "at the moment" thing also?
Still not quite getting it. here is my sequence:
0) open designer
1) create extjs4 project with viewport and panel
2) go into panel, change to code view, press add override class
3) save and exit designer
4) go in with my editor and add title: 'my title' to apply in override class
5) run designer again opening same project
6) press save a couple times
7) notice my changes did not get over written (thanks :) )
8) no sign of overwrite being included in my project I can see.
What am I missing?
I just followed the same steps in Designer build #355 and the following application was generated:
I owe you a beer Mr. Conran. I was looking in the viewport class for the override. I did not actually run the program the final time when I saw it was not generated. I just "ass u me d" it would not work like the last time.
thanks for the help and the override class.
My designer is broke after upgrading to 359.
It prompted me to upgrade the older version project, to which i said yes and I got the following error
I chose Ignore and it hangs with following message.
Is there a way to roll back to previous version or a workaround or better yet, a fix.
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium Sp1
is there a way to downlaod directly the latest beta build (#359 I think) without having to get it through the update?
I am behind firewall and the designer can't check for a newer version.