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  1. I have a global controller and I want it to be able to catch any route, but haven't managed to get it working. I've tried the following:



    routes: {
    ':token' : 'checkRoute'
    }


    That...
  2. Sure, but the override then needs to be required somewhere, right? I've placed requires: ['Ext.overrides.form.field.Base'] in my app.js, which works fine because for now I'm doing a classic build,...
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    Technically, you could handle those state changes within the same page as redirects as well. Just because you're on the same page doesn't mean you can't do Ext.History.add(). For example, say you...
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    When you say you need to add some state variables to the History record, do you just mean you need the token to automatically include some additional items that you don't want to have to specify...
  5. Just wanted to add a thank you for this, saved me from looking through core files to figure out how to override this.
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    You say "When the user manually moves to a new page in my app". How is that happening? Because if you're using History, the way that will be done is by calling Ext.History.add(). So you make sure you...
  7. I have an override for the Ext.form.field.Base class. I've tested it out and it works fine, but I'm not really sure what the correct way would be to require it. I have the override in the...
  8. Thanks for the response. So looks like as I suspected app watch won't really do much for me. But glad I have this cleared up in case I need to revisit.
  9. I posted a more specific question about sencha app watch and ajax requests, but the more I try to use it, the more I'm under the impression that I basically don't really understand what it's for....
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    I'm trying out ExtJS 6 and am creating a sample app. I'm trying to do a simple login using an ajax request. The sencha app watch command is working fine, but I'm trying to figure out how I'd manage...
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    Thanks for the detailed answer, makes a lot of sense. I'm going memory leak hunting now! Thanks again for taking the time, it's very appreciated.
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    Yes, the leak(s) seems to be only a problem in IE. So when you say destroy any significant object, how does that work if I have a combo where i defined the store using a simple object like { type:...
  13. Hey Joel, I ended up creating a support ticket for this and it seems the problem has been replicated, engineering is looking into it. The problem is that if you disable the Chrome PDF Viewer and...
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    I've searched for answers and haven't had much luck. My app appears to have what appears to be a memory leak in IE 11 (and probably lower versions too). Memory just keeps climbing and climbing and...
  15. Apologies for taking so long to reply. Here's a fiddle: https://fiddle.sencha.com/#fiddle/kim

    Doesn't look like the Fiddle is saving the ExtJS framework, so just to make sure, I'm using 4.2.3...
  16. I'm getting some serious lag in IE when I try to run my app in a production build. Like, everything I do has a slower response time. I used the profiler in IE 11 and noticed that the same events seem...
  17. Is there any way to get the sencha compiler to include all files that are tagged with a certain tag along with their dependencies? So I have something like this as a compile step:



    exclude
    ...
  18. I recently ran into issues with displaying PDFs in Chrome and found out the Chrome PDF Viewer has issues and you sometimes need to disable it and change to the Adobe viewer. I did that and it solved...
  19. I have a pretty large app, an when I do a production build with Sencha Cmd, I get a minified file that's about 3,500KB. It actually loads fairly well, but I do feel a bit of a freeze, especially in...
  20. Oops, didn't realize that if you have support ExtJS 4.2.3 does show up as an option in Sencha Fiddle. I've created one now, please make sure you have 4.2.3 selected, the ExtJS version doesn't seem to...
  21. It's worth noting that this worked in 4.1.1, and I can't create a fiddle for a test case since 4.2.3 is only available to subscriber and as such not an option in Sencha fiddle.
  22. Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.2.3.1477

    OS tested against:

    Windows 7


    Browser versions tested against:
  23. I guess this is the same as in the other thread, so I'll just link to the question there:

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?297465-Sencha-Cmd-build-output-directory&p=1086632#post1086632
  24. Not sure I understand how to do that. But maybe my stuff isn't setup correctly. Right now I do development using the sources and everything gets loaded at startup, but given the size of my app the...
  25. I haven't managed to make use of the watch command given that my PHP scripts aren't properly being executed from the built-in server (which makes sense). However, I was wondering if there was a way...
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