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  1. I figured it out! It's daylight savings time stuffing it up. As far as Safari is concerned, 1 October 1950 00:00:00 doesn't exist. This is obviously incorrect behaviour but is a result of crappy...
  2. Interestingly, if I change the strict flag to false, it returns the following on Safari:

  3. Mac Safari Version 7.0.6 (9537.78.2)

    Not sure about iOS. It's whatever is bundled with iOS 7.1.2.

    Are you not able to reproduce it?

    Edit: Oh, and I'm not getting any errors in the console :)
  4. No problems.
    The first is Safari (OS X)

    The next is Chrome (OS X)

    The issue was first reported on in independant iPad. I managed to reproduce it immediately on OS X (Mavericks)....
  5. Hi, The date parse function appears to be busted on Safari. Tested on both Safari Mac and on iOS

    Go to this Fiddle to replicate:

    It should display the date...
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    Sencha Touch version tested:

    ST 2.1.0
    Browser versions tested against:

    Ext version tested:

    Touch 2.1

    When auto-retreiving data from a hasMany association, it fails because the sorters param is null and there is no check for...
  8. I can confirm that this is indeed a bug. I too have come across it.

    One way to bypass the issue is to force set filters and sorters in your Store's config:

    config: {
  9. Hi Mitchell, I'm adding it in within the app.json file

    "js": [
    "path": "assets/lib/JavaScriptUtil.js",
    "update": "delta",
    "remote": true
  10. Sencha Touch won't 'see' third-party JavaScripts once the system has been compiled into production and deployed remotely.

    As a result, any third-party JavaScripts become useless and any part of...
  11. Yes, I think the issue here is related to web-apps.
  12. I can confirm that this is indeed the case.

    External libraries (non-sencha related such as JavaScripTools on sourceforge) will only be seen by the app in development and testing modes.

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