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  1. This really needs implementing. I can't believe this is missing.
  2. I've worked around it by using this:

    Ext.define('Ext.ux.MyFieldSet', {
    extend: 'Ext.form.FieldSet',
    alias: ['widget.myfieldset'],
    style: {
    border: '0px'
  3. Hmmm it appears "borders" is not a boolean property anymore in ExtJS4.

    How do I hide a FieldSet's border in 4.x ?

  4. Hello,

    It appears that in ExtJS 4.01, FieldSets *always* render a border, even when they are disabled:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0...
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    That's kind of what I already do, I was just trying to avoid to redraw the form.

    Thanks !
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    Not really, just translating some labels.

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    I was expecting to have a less obvious (and resource-hungry) way. Need to do it because a I need to change a field's label, of course :)

    If anyone knows a better way, please tell me.

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    How do I change a field's fieldLabel dinamically, i.e. after the field has been rendered, in ExtJS 4.0 ?

  9. The problem here is: outside a FieldSet, [width] refers to the component width, as expected; [labelWidth]s are calculated separately. Inside a FieldSet, [width] refers to [labelWidth] + component...
  10. That was Chrome 12.0.742.30 (84361) on Ubuntu 11.04. Firefox 4.01 and Opera 11.10 will produce identical rendering; but I'm not even discussing if the components should be rendered vertically or...
  11. Hello all,

    Either I'm doing something very wrong here or the components inside FieldSet components get wrong rendered widths.

    Take this example:

  12. Hi,

    Why are the MVC examples obfuscated ? I mean, they seem to be "packaged all in one", and that's a great feature, but it surely is not friendly to have such in the examples:
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    Same issue here...
  14. Ok, just to finish this thread: I used another approach since when Ext.overriding, the constructors are simply ignored: I overrided the FormPanel.createForm() method. Now it works as I wanted.
  15. Hello Mitchell,

    I've tried that one as well, won't work, that's the root of my problem: it seems "override" ignores construtors, or I'm doing something wrong.
    In the following code, the...
  16. Hello,

    Is there anyone from the Ext support to answer this one, please ?

  17. Hello Andrea,

    Thanks, but that's extending. Extending works. I need overriding. I don't know how I can be any clearer. I need all existing forms to have the new behavior I'm adding, including...
  18. Hello Mitchell,

    As I said in the first post - because it isn't working with any of the methods I tried. It simply ignores the new constructor.

  19. Hello Mitchell,

    I want an override so that it works globally, including code that was not wrote from me. That's why I asked "override", not "extending".

    There must be a way to override the...
  20. Hello Mitchell,

    I'm subclassing BasicForm so that it sends json, xml or whatever I define, in a specific format my application server understands.
    I really need to override the constructor.
  21. Hello, Andrea

    I really meant Ext.form.BasicForm, it is an ExtJS class used internally by Ext.FormPanel:

  22. Hello,

    Ok, I need help in this one. How do I override Ext.form.BasicForm constructor ? It's easy with Ext.Component descendants, but BasicForm descends from Ext.util.Observable.

    I've tried...
  23. Ah! I didn't notice 3.0.0 was out.

    It indeed fixes the problem.

    Thank you.
  24. Hello all,

    I believe there is a bug when using SplitButtons and XHTML on ExtJS 3.0 RC2:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0...
  25. Hello MJ,

    Yes, each operation goes in a separate request. I'm not sure (don't remember) about the UPDATE operation itself, but according to the docs:

    "If Store is RESTful, the DataProxy is also...
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