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    Hi there, yes I'm still breathing! ;) I did...

    Hi there, yes I'm still breathing! ;)

    I did not solve it. Just had to hardcode the superclass name, and call its superclass. Like:


    MyClass = Ext.extend(OriginalClass, {

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    Thanks for your replies. But... I need to avoid...

    Thanks for your replies. But... I need to avoid the parent's method, and go to the grand-parents method... so, I want to avoid calling myClass.superclass.method.apply, and instead call...
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    Extend: how to call parent's superclass

    So I'm extending a class, and redefining one of it's methods... and I need to call it's parent superclass method... in fact calling my grandparent's method. Or my superclass.superclass method.
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  4. Thread: find window

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    find window

    Hi.

    Been trying to find a window that was already opened. I usually go with container.find(property, value) but this time I don't know who the container is for an Ext.Window.

    Since I'm working...
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    evant, that is so simple it makes me smile! Works...

    evant, that is so simple it makes me smile! Works a charm.

    Thanks.
    Duarte
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    Condor, hmm that doesn't seem very nice. I'm...

    Condor, hmm that doesn't seem very nice. I'm reading the docs, believe me. It seems that particular nuance eluded me.

    I'm not using items.each() since, as I said, I need to recursively access all...
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    Ext.each(menu.items, myFunction) not working?

    Hello.

    I'm starting with ExtJS. While trying to cycle a split button's items I get undefined errors with:
    Ext.each(menu.items, myFunction)

    While the following will work fine:...
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