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  1. Evan,

    One additional comment and then I'll accept my fate on this issue and consider it closed.

    I'm sure somewhere in the bowels of add(), there is some code that is reconciling bind configs. ...
  2. Evan,

    I understand your explanation but then why does a bind config work? Does the implementation of bindable wait for "added" internally? Seems to me that ViewModel.bind() loses a lot of value...
  3. This is now fixed with the latest nightly.
  4. As shown in this fiddle

    One can instantiate and then add() a component with bind configs to a view hierarchy. Upon add, the View Model does its thing and...
  5. The fiddle shows the details, but I can boil it down.

    Suppose you have a view model with a link called "aLink".
    Then suppose that link references and loads a model that returns this: { stuff: {...
  6. I suspect this might turn into a feature request, or maybe considered working as designed, but from the simplest angle, if we can bind() to it, should we not be able to set() it?
  7. This was working with ExtJS 5.0.1.

    name : 'Fiddle',

    launch : function() {
    Ext.widget('grid', {
    plugins: 'viewport',
  8. This is going to be a tough one to report well, so here goes..

    I'm using responsiveContext in several places and it all works great on the desktop browser(s), but when testing with iOS, I'm seeing...
  9. I was testing with the latest nightly on Sencha Fiddle, but I'll try a 5.0.2 nightly locally and report back if I still see a problem. Thanks for the super quick reply!

    Edit: When does 5.0.2 get...
  10. The current nightly build, at least the one that sencha fiddle has, looks pretty banged up. Just to make sure we're talking about the same thing, please see the attached screenshots. The...

    new Ext.panel.Panel({
    title: 'Column Layout Bug',
    renderTo: Ext.getBody(),
    layout: 'column',
  13. Just wanted to add something for anyone that might be seeing this problem.

    While it's true that returning text/html encoded json will work, it appears that the code tries to compensate when this...
  14. We are seeing this as well. Our app has a screen with a bunch of grids on it, and the initial load brings Windows Chrome to its knees. Mac Chrome and Firefox (Mac/Windows) don't even break a sweat.
  15. TypeError: 'undefined' is not a function (evaluating 'store.remove(me, true)')

    var store = new{
    fields: [{
    name: 'text'
  16. Is there any workaround, or override for this problem?
  17. I have a UI that is generated from some remote data. When creating the items, I'm adding an attribute from that remote data, which happens to be numeric. Some time later I'm querying for any item...
  18. "[foo]" should find all 3 buttons in this example, but it only finds 2.

    var panel = Ext.create('Ext.Panel', {
    x: 10,
    y: 10,
    width: 250,
  19. I guess my point is that it WAS reproducible and now it's fixed. Anyone following the thread and/or release notes will be misinformed.
  20. I find it curious that this thread is now marked as NOREPRO instead of FIXED. Seems misleading.
  21. This appears to be fixed in 4.1.3 but the release notes still say that it's a known issue.
  22. Mitchell,

    This bug is not fixed in 4.1.3. Note also that it is not listed as a fixed bug nor is it listed as a known issue in the release notes.
  23. Seeing this as well. Can someone move this to the bug forum or should it be posted again?

    Edit: 4.1.2a, Safari, FF, Chrome
  24. This looks like it might have been addressed in EXTJSIV-5226, but it doesn't work.{
    buttons: Ext.Msg.YESNO,
    defaultFocus: 'no'
  25. "ext-all-debug.js:96394TypeError: 'undefined' is not an object (evaluating 'me.el.child')"

    Ext.onReady(function() {

    var store = Ext.create('', {
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