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  1. I ended up writing a StoreView class that builds...

    I ended up writing a StoreView class that builds a store by cloning records from another store (note that Records can only belong to a single Store so my early attempts at sharing records b/n the...
  2. Use of stores in a complex app - issues and workarounds

    I've been using Ext.Direct and a number of DirectStores to do most of my server side comms in a complex single-page-webapp that I'm developing (*1) and have come across various issues (currently...
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    I hadn't tried

    I hadn't tried
    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE8">
    as I already have
    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=IE9">
    because I'm relying on HTML5 features in IE9...
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    My modified version

    Some of the changes below may seem to make the code bigger, but when run thru the minifier I use (UglifyJS) things like making extra variables as aliases for properties will make the minified code...
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    My modified version

    Duplicate post [ I think maybe I'm posting while Sencha are in mid-deployment of a new version - duplicate post and look-and-feel changes... very strange ... ]
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    duplicate - seems "Preview Post" is actually...

    duplicate - seems "Preview Post" is actually posting the message...
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    Chrome is a fantastic dev environment, I switched...

    Chrome is a fantastic dev environment, I switched completely from firefox and firebug and never looked back...



    It's mostly making the code fit the look and feel of the rest of my code (things...
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    Thanks

    Thanks for posting this - I've been putting off writing such a layout for some time now, and your's fit the bill nicely.

    One small bug fix - when you first create the splitbars you set the styles...
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    IE9 pretending to be Chrome

    The proper release of IE9 (ie not the RC versions) shows the following problems in my app using ext 3.3.0
    - menus don't show icons
    - menus are not wide enough for text
    - tree panels don't get...
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    No jquery required

    That's fine - I'm not USING jQuery, but the theme builder website that I pointed to can generate the images (gradient fills etc) that ExtJS 3.3 will use, and it's quite a nice site for experimenting...
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    I used http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/ to...

    I used http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/ to generate images for my custom theme based on the standard themes.

    - change ".x-panel-header" to use my gradient images as generated above
    - change...
  12. Reviving an old thread (that got no replies) in...

    Reviving an old thread (that got no replies) in case anyone has since had a smart idea about doing this...



    I have much the same issue as Bob - two grid controls to be bound to the same store,...
  13. Fix works for me

    Hi Condor,

    That fix works for me (using 3.3.0)

    I'd traced the problem and come to the same conclusion... I was going to patch onCreateRecords to copy the rs array before the realize call, but...
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    @joeri Thanks (again) for the information...

    @joeri

    Thanks (again) for the information about Ext JS 4.

    I looked at SASS a while back, and as it seems to have adopted some 'less' characteristics with the new SCSS or "SASS 3" syntax then I...
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    @joeri Thanks for that - sass is a predecessor...

    @joeri

    Thanks for that - sass is a predecessor of (inspiration for?) Lesser CSS so yeah.. that might be very close. It says that so far it only handles "colorisation" (not fonts nor different...
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    Wow - that was very quick - just tried it and it...

    Wow - that was very quick - just tried it and it works fine (of course).

    Much appreciated - good luck with it as an app.

    If you do open source it I'd suggest splitting the back end out...
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    Only just found this tool after battling with...

    Only just found this tool after battling with themes manually, then using http://playground.ideashs.com/themescolor/ and http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/ (to make bitmaps etc) and now...
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    Ext.Direct implementation gotchas

    Ext.direct is very nice in that it saves a lot of work - not so much making the AJAX calls themselves but in wiring up stores to AJAX calls and then attaching those stores to grids and tree controls...
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    Very late to a thread again, but in case it help...

    Very late to a thread again, but in case it help someone else in the future:

    I was doing precisely this - cross domain requests to am ExtDirect server.
    What I found I had to do was that the...
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    Ext.Direct stack for Google App Engine using Python without a web framework

    I've written a backend for the Python (v2.5) bindings for Google App Engine without using a web framework such as django or anything like that if anyone's interested. I use it for simply putting and...
  21. It's a bit late to join the thread, but I add...

    It's a bit late to join the thread, but I add extra parameters to my calls by overriding the functions in the Writer that construct the record that's sent.

    So for example, I have the following...
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