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  1. That's correct, I can confirm that it is working with 2.2 Beta 2. So I guess I cannot convince you to investigate where the bug in 2.1.1 is? ;-)

    Anyway, the lists in my test case look some kind of...

    Ext version tested:

    Sencha Touch 2.1.1

    Browser versions tested against:
  3. Hello Sencha team,

    I recently upgraded from ST 2.0 to ST 2.1.0. I noticed that for example toggle fields fire a change event if you call the toggle method on them. In ST 2.0 they didn't, the...
  4. Maybe this is another bug I found and I should open another thread for this. But it seems to me that both are related:

    I have a list without PullRefreshPlugin and only a few entries, so the screen...
  5. REQUIRED INFORMATION Sencha Touch version tested:

    ST 2.1

    ST 2.0 didn't have this problem Browser versions tested against:

    Chrome 24.0.1312.57
    Safari 5.1.7
  6. Perhaps just like this?

    list.onAfter('refresh', function()
  7. I can confirm this. In Sencha Touch 2 it worked, in 2.1 not. Even if you do a refresh after the setItemTpl.
  8. Thank you for your answer. Removing the hidden property did not change anything. The strange thing is, that if I use these lines of code if a button is clicked, it works. But it does not work if an...
  9. Hi folks,

    i'm writing a little app using ST2 for chatting. Every time an incoming chat arrives I want to play a little audio file and I'm using Ext.Audio for this. I managed to get it working on...
  10. I can confirm that there is a bug with adding/removing toolbars, I had it in my app, too. Fortunately (at least for me) I could solve it by wrapping the whole thing in another way:

    Before, my app...
  11. to overwrite the onAdd method in your TabPanel, for example like this:

    onAdd: function(cmp, idx)
    var tabBar = this.tabBar;
  12. I found the solution myself. The Problem was some quite funny constructs I used due to my little experience with sencha touch. Solution is the following: The onReady function should begin like this:...
  13. bump
  14. I had the same problem and solved it this way. I wanted a Ext.form.Text containing a number to be called if it gets the focus.
    Call this function for example like this: "createFormItem("mobile",...
  15. If there is anything unclear or if more information is needed, please let me know.
  16. bump
  17. Sencha Touch version tested:


    only default ext-all.css

    Platform tested against:
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