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  1. I've run into this problem quite often. It is...

    I've run into this problem quite often. It is most noticable if you don't sort & group on the same data property. Of if the function you use to group has conditional logic the might change how items...
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    The current specification in practice ( ...

    The current specification in practice ( http://www.commonjs.org/specs/ )

    Modules 1.1
    Packages 1.0
    System 1.0

    The async transport definitions of modules & packages have the most traction in...
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    CommonJS compliant?

    CommonJS compliant?
  4. Observable.clearmanagedListeners has a memory leak

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    1.1


    Platform tested against:

    It doesn't matter, it isn't a layout / rendering problem.
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    [CLOSED] Neptune Layout Bug

    Not sure if bugs are being reported on neptune as it is just a teaser, but I found an odd behavior in the docked menus example. When resizing the browser, the items docked to the sides increase in...
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    Awesome! That is a relief

    Awesome! That is a relief
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    Dispaatcher and routes removed?

    much like the function looks for private variables $owner and $name, the callParent function should look for a $parent property to determine the originating function

    Because function.call is...
  8. Filter methods in Ext.data.Errors should return an instance of Ext.data.Errors

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    1.1


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    all
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    This patterns works very well with functions as...

    This patterns works very well with functions as private members but not with other types of variables. This is another closure gotcha. You have to realize that the class definition is wrapped in a...
  10. This is actually a pretty easy fix ...

    This is actually a pretty easy fix




    Ext.data.validations.presence = function( config, value){
    var zeroVal = parseInt( value ) || value;

    return value == 0 ? true: !!value ;
    }
  11. Sencha Touch version tested: 1.1 ...

    Sencha Touch version tested:

    1.1




    Platform tested against:

    Any
  12. Presence Validation type returns true on null values.

    The presence model validator has the unexpected behavior of returning true if the value passed in is nul
    the only check in presence is ( value == undefined ).

    null will always return true.

    It...
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    Yes, It is. But a note on this should probably be...

    Yes, It is. But a note on this should probably be in the guide for themeing. The guide states the version numbers of the latest versions at the time the guide was written, but doesn't indicate that...
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    nvm, was using an older version of sass /...

    nvm, was using an older version of sass / compass.

    For those watching, you usually can't do gem update --system with ubuntu11.04 or debian systems, the installed gem version has the flag disabled....
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    It get this... error ext-all.scss (Line 1:...

    It get this...
    error ext-all.scss (Line 1: Invalid CSS after "@function min(": expected ")", was "$value1, $value...")
  16. We can confirm this as a problem. The bigger...

    We can confirm this as a problem. The bigger problem was that IE9 does not have a createContextualFragment method on Range objects.

    We were able to get around that by writting our own. But the...
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    Ok, so I'm a bit confused with what Model.load()...

    Ok, so I'm a bit confused with what Model.load() does / how I'm supposed to use it. My company is anxious to Start Moving things over to 4 and this has left us scratching out heads.

    We are...
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    Ok, so I'm a bit confused with what Model.load()...

    Ok, so I'm a bit confused with what Model.load() does / how I'm supposed to use it. My company is anxious to Start Moving things over to 4 and this has left us scratching out heads.

    We are testing...
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