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  1. I solved my problem. It appeared that the problem was between the chair and computer. The problem I had was not connected to the problem I reported in the Sencha Docs (although I can still create...
  2. Added a picture that says what I mean.
  3. I'm having a problem with grids that are inside the form panel (Ext 4.1.2). The thing is that if I change the value in cell and while still editing go to somekind of form field, it doesn't show cell...
  4. Any news on this thread? How did you manage with this problem?

    Have the same problem in 4.1.1...
    Thanks in advance!
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    Okay, yes, I don't use autoSync. But I asked the same question from forum and learned that store.suspendEvents made my day. The forum post:
  6. Oh, this really made the process faster (1.5 seconds compared with initial 22 seconds). I wonder why this worked nicely in Ext 4.0?

  7. Hi,

    I know there is a post talking about the same problem:

    But still, it's a big problem and needs...
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    How did you manage to solve this problem? The store.each method is really slow in 4.1.1. Even Ext.suspendLayouts() won't make it quicker. I have 50 records and it takes 20 seconds in Chrome to make...
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    Thanks for the answers!
    The question was that if I really should make an empty container or there is another way for getting container columnWidths sum to be equal to 1.

    Currently understand...
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    As column layout documentation (!/api/Ext.layout.container.Column) says one should always add columnWidths so that the sum of them would be greater or equal...
  11. That works nicely and seems also logic! :)

  12. Hi,

    I am trying to align container in the middle of the page. The only way to do this seems to be using hbox layout and pack: 'center'. But when doing this all my containers that have column...
  13. Whoaa!

    That's helped to solve our biggest problem migrating from 4.0 to 4.1!

  14. Problem being solved: lose fields focus.
    First logical solution: field.blur(), where field is the element that has focus
    Problem appeared: field.blur() works only if field is textfield
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