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  1. Hi branflake2267 --

    Give this a try:



    package org.yournamehere.client;


    import com.google.gwt.core.client.EntryPoint;
  2. It should be noted that the JavaDoc comment created for the relevant IF statement DOES comma-separate the arguments correctly, using the ARGS function at the bottom of the file. Looks like a simple...
  3. In XTemplatesGenerator, the arguments to a
    TemplateCondition are processed by splitting the arguments string on ",".

    When the arguments are pieced back together, they are not re-constructed with...
  4. Any update on this? I'm having the same issue with GXT 3.1.1
  5. I was right that you need to use the
    @TemplateCondition

    Had to do something hacky with defining a class that exposes various boolean methods, and including a singleton instance of this in my...
  6. We can ignore this -- I was trying to use the formatter in a conditional string, which requires the use of
    @TemplateConditions instead of formatters and factories.

    I feel that your documentation...
  7. This may be because the templates have other errors in them.

    Nevermind, that doesn't seem to be the case -- I tried this using a template that compiles without error, and the custom formatter is...
  8. Hello,

    I cannot seem to successfully define any custom XTemplate property formatters.

    The guide posted at http://docs.sencha.com/gxt/3.1/utility/XTemplates.html#Custom_property_formatters gives...
  9. It looks like I'd have to use
    TemplateCondition somehow, but I'm not quite sure how...
  10. Simple use case example: is it possible to define an "isNotNullOrEmptyString" that XTemplates can use such that the following works in an XTemplate?


    <tpl...
  11. Interesting - this was a bug report from one of my coworkers, and he was able to reproduce this in front of me yesterday. However, on my own Mac running Safari 6.0.5 and OS X 10.8.4, the application...
  12. Hello,

    In Safari on Mac OS X, if you attempt to select multiple items in a DualListField, only the item you click on will be selected. This is reproducible both in our code, and in the example app...
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    Method dispatch(AppEvent, boolean) of com.sencha.gxt.legacy.client.mvc.Dispatcher currently reads:



    private void dispatch(AppEvent event, boolean createhistory) {
    BeforeAppEvent before =...
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    Yeah, if I add the panels before adding the Viewport to the RootPanel, everything works fine. It was just inconvenient, not as much as a show stopper (in this use-case, anyway.)
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    Hi Sven,

    I am sure that the ContentPanels being added are brand-new.
    Pseudo code for my use case is as follows:



    Viewport v = new Viewport();
    v.setWidget(new BorderLayoutContainer());...
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    Hello,

    When attempting to add a ContentPanel to an AccordionLayoutContainer, I get the following error:




    java.lang.AssertionError: Method must be called before the widget is rendered
    at...
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    This does do the trick, Sven.

    Any chance a simple setter for this can/will be added in the future, or that it be adjusted automatically if the TabItemConfig uses HTML? I imagine anyone using a...
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    Hi,

    I'm having trouble with TabItemConfig objects using HTML.
    It seems that when using HTML as the TabItem text, the TabItemConfig no longer is clickable.
    See the following:



    public void...
  19. import com.google.gwt.core.client.EntryPoint;
    import com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.HTML;
    import com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.RootPanel;
    import com.sencha.gxt.widget.core.client.ContentPanel;...
  20. In GXT 2.x, when a TabItem was disabled, two things would happen:
    The text of the tab would be grayed out to indicate the disabled state
    The mouse would remain in default pointer style when...
  21. You can close it - that was definitely the problem. Really sorry for time drain!
  22. From this, it appears that the onSubmit/SubmitHandler are called when FormPanel.submit() is fired, not when the submission is complete. This would explain a lot. Is there an alternative way to listen...
  23. See the (hopefully attached) image for Netbeans' representation of the callstack.
  24. In my current debugging session, I am clicking a button that calls form.submit();

    It is hitting FormPanel line 399 (first line of onDetach()) and THEN going to line 370 (submit()).
  25. The use case for this particular situation is to open a window that harbors a FormPanel with two fields (one being the FileUploadField.) This window is modal, and does not close until the onSubmit...
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