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5 Mar 2015 7:14 PM
Well, I was expecting it to work as it did in Ext JS 4. We have the displayField set to 'city', so the valueField is the postal code but we show the list of cities in the dropdown. It's starting to...
5 Mar 2015 5:11 PM
Set it to 'zip' - that's what our component sets it to:
but it really doesn't matter because the store isn't loaded yet. You could even set it to an empty string and get the...
5 Mar 2015 7:42 AM
Last night, Sencha Fiddle was not letting me run the nightly from 3/3. In fact, I had to keep going back, day by day, until I found one that worked, which was 2/24 (I think), and the fiddle wouldn't...
4 Mar 2015 8:30 PM
Was this ever fixed? I'm still seeing this behavior in the 220.127.116.111 nightly.
5 Nov 2014 11:46 AM
I think I solved my own problem.... all I had to do was change -after-init to -before-build and now everything seems to work as expected.
28 Oct 2014 12:16 PM
Hey, you're right! Thanks! I didn't realize that Ext.form.field.Combo extends Ext.form.field.Text.
Good to hear from you, Andy. Hope all is well.
(Is that you, Andy? ;))
Thanks for this suggestion - I guess I may have to go this route. The nice thing about our existing implementation is that it works across all sorts of fields, not just...
In Ext JS 4, I was able to add a red asterisk before a field label to identify that field as required very simply:
27 Oct 2014 9:39 AM
This problem still exists in Sencha Cmd 18.104.22.1684
When creating a new view with "sencha generate view", why not add the generated ViewController and the ViewModel to the View's requires property? This will avoid the console warnings and the need to...
20 Oct 2014 10:47 AM
On October 9th, I downloaded Sencha Cmd 22.214.171.1241 from the support area thinking it was the latest version. Now I see you have quietly replaced it with 126.96.36.1990. I regenerated my apps with 188.8.131.520...
16 Oct 2014 10:14 AM
I now know what the problem is, but I could use some advice on how to fix it....
We have a handful of packages stored in their own git repository, and we've modified our app's build.xml to copy...
15 Oct 2014 1:20 PM
Here is more info: my app uses a couple of packages that were generated with Sencha Cmd 184.108.40.206. For some reason, it's thinking that files in those packages are changing when they are not:
15 Oct 2014 12:59 PM
OS X 10.9.5
Ext JS 220.127.116.115
Sencha Cmd 18.104.22.1681
I have a small application in a workspace with a custom theme. When I run sencha app watch, it waits for changes, then it...
10 Oct 2014 10:56 AM
It's good to know that these warnings can be safely ignored, but, in my opinion, building a freshly generated app should not result in warnings of any kind. These warnings are still present using...
10 Oct 2014 10:49 AM
Very easy to reproduce. Change to an empty directory and type:
sencha -sdk <path to commercial version> generate app MyApp .
this is what you get:
Sencha Cmd v22.214.171.1241
[ERR] Cannot merge...
24 Jul 2014 9:32 AM
I'd like to ask a conceptual question about saving model objects in Ext JS 4.x.
Our application uses what is probably a very typical scenario: we load a model object into a form, then when the...
Art, the latest post about DeftJS (originally posted on 6/24 but reposted on 7/4) looks good - no more HTML-encoded special characters. Good job!
I'm using http://www.sencha.com/blog/, so I deleted that feed in Feedly and re-created it using http://feeds.feedburner.com/SenchaBlog. However, I'm seeing the same result, and, oddly, if I copy the...
Hi Art - yeah - just the encoding issue. Just wondering if there's anything you guys can do to fix that. I follow a ton of blogs and the Sencha blog is the only one that has this issue in Feedly.
Is there anything you can do on your end to improve the readability of the Sencha blog on Feedly? Here's what it looks like:
Thanks, Don - note that those properties are also present when generating a new app, and their values in app/sencha.cfg conflict with the values in app.json.
bone - no need to apologize! I appreciate your response. And I won't argue with you because you're probably right. :-) Still, though, I think Sencha Cmd should be trimming each classpath string.
bone - thank you but I'm already familiar with packages and didn't think I should have to create one for just a couple of classes.
Mitchell - nice catch! That fixed it. Don't you think that...
My client pages (apps) previously shared code via a directory in the workspace called "common" which I previously added to app.classpath in app/sencha.cfg. I've since moved this to app.json:
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