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  1. Thanks Jason

    Thanks for the post, Jason. (I don't use ExtJS at the moment for various reasons -- the attitude in this thread certainly being one of them -- but I got the thread update notification.)

    Just...
  2. Jack, that tone seems uncalled-for. Please...

    Jack, that tone seems uncalled-for.

    Please re-read this post. You've said:



    And I've said:
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    I haven't actually done this, but two things I...

    I haven't actually done this, but two things I notice about the above: First, you don't need to declare a reader, see http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs/?class=Ext.form.BasicForm&member=reader, if you...
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    I don't know if any of the examples does it. ...

    I don't know if any of the examples does it. You'll be glad to know that it's really, really easy, though; it's built in. Check out http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs/?class=Ext.form.BasicForm and...
  5. I don't think it is, but check out this thread on...

    I don't think it is, but check out this thread on an extension that does it (I think): http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=17942
  6. That's what I'm suggesting too -- a direct link...

    That's what I'm suggesting too -- a direct link to the member. Sorry, I thought it was a direct link to the member, but that was only because I'd used...
  7. I just meant something more obvious for grabbing...

    I just meant something more obvious for grabbing and pasting in the forums. I think most people don't even realise that the arrow is a permalink. And of course, you have to remove the "#expand" off...
  8. [2.0] API Tool suggestion: Permalink improvements

    Hi folks,

    Anyone who's read any of Animal's posts knows that the API tool supports permalinks via the "class" and "member" parameters (which is cool): ...
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    The success, failure, headers, and params options...

    The success, failure, headers, and params options to the request method are all documented in the API docs are far as I can tell: http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs/?class=Ext.Ajax&member=request Am I...
  10. Indeed, the getForm() method is documented but...

    Indeed, the getForm() method is documented but the form property isn't, and so it could disappear at any time. :)
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    The index page for the examples...

    The index page for the examples (ext-2.0-rc1/examples/index.html) does something like that, check it out here: http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples/.
  12. Your FormPanel's items config needs to be an...

    Your FormPanel's items config needs to be an array; surround the element defining the TabPanel with square brackets ([]). I don't know that that's the problem, but I noticed the brackets were...
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    You're calling field.disabled(). You want...

    You're calling field.disabled(). You want field.disable() (no final "d") (or field.setDisabled(true)).
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    This is a duplicate of this thread...

    This is a duplicate of this thread. See replies there.
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    Yes, grouping together capabilities into roles...

    Yes, grouping together capabilities into roles can dramatically simplify administration [I'm sure there's a design pattern someone's worked out for this somewhere, not sure if it was in the original...
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    @micheleo: I can see why you want to use an ACL...

    @micheleo: I can see why you want to use an ACL object -- you're trying to make sure your main script can be cached, right? So you serve up the ACL as a JSON response from the login, that kind of...
  17. @devnull: Yes, in my experience if you specify a...

    @devnull: Yes, in my experience if you specify a waitMsg, the form is completely disabled. I didn't want to use a waitMsg and didn't like the look of the form if I disabled the whole thing, so I...
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    You've lost me -- does AbsoluteLayout have center...

    You've lost me -- does AbsoluteLayout have center and south regions? I thought that was BorderLayout. AbsoluteLayout "...Inherits the anchoring of Ext.layout.AnchorLayout and adds the ability for...
  19. np, happy to help. You know, I saw them,...

    np, happy to help.



    You know, I saw them, but assumed they were just for managing history manipulation. (Why? I couldn't tell you. Terminology holdover from a different framework I evaluated...
  20. Can you post a trimmed-down example of what...

    Can you post a trimmed-down example of what you're doing? We might see something...
  21. I don't immediately see what's wrong with your...

    I don't immediately see what's wrong with your code, but for what it's worth, I wanted to disable all of the fields and buttons in a form without using a wait mask, so I wrote this function:

    ...
  22. Indeed not -- if it were important, we'd want to...

    Indeed not -- if it were important, we'd want to ask mystix to do it in that doc thread. :) Me, I don't need it for anything...

    So you're not an ExtJS LLC staff member? I thought you probably...
  23. Well that's the thing, some config options end up...

    Well that's the thing, some config options end up as properties, others don't. Unless the promise is there (via documentation), I don't think code should rely on things. Anything undocumented can...
  24. LOL Only as a config option, as far as I...

    LOL



    Only as a config option, as far as I can tell, not as a property post-construction. Am I missing it somewhere in the hierarchy?
  25. I don't think it will. In theory it would be...

    I don't think it will. In theory it would be looking for a title property on the scope in which you executed the above code; at the point where you're saying "scope: this", "this" would still be the...
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