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  1. Anybody?

    Anybody?
  2. How to fire an Ext.Element's onclick event

    Hi all, I have been searching the forums and the doc but haven't found any way to do this.

    I have a page with several "buttons" which are really <a href="#" onclick="..." />

    I need to...
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    Fix for date rollover problem

    Some users have reported a problem with ExtJS Date fields, where if something like "06-13-2001" is entered but the format is "dd-mm-yyyy", the date "rolls over" to "06-01-2002" when it is validated,...
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    Solved! This is the syntax that works for me: ...

    Solved! This is the syntax that works for me:



    Ext.query('*[id^=f_]',myHtmlObj).filter(function(el){ return /input|select/i.test(el.tagName); });


    Evant, thanks for pointing me in the...
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    Aha! Array.filter is part of Firefox but not IE....

    Aha! Array.filter is part of Firefox but not IE. However, you can easily add this function, as described here:
    https://developer.mozilla.org/En/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference/Objects/Array/filter
    ...
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    Valid values for "easing"?

    I'm just starting to play with the fun things in Ext.Fx. How do I use "easing"? The definition says:
    easing : String
    A valid Easing value for the effect

    Seems like a circular definition to...
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    Evant, I tried var all =...

    Evant, I tried

    var all = Ext.query('*[id^=f_]',myHtmlObj).filter(function(el){ return /input|select/i.test(el.dom.tagName); });

    and


    var all =...
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    Domquery help - limit by tagName

    I need to get a list of all <input> and <select> elements in my HTML element that have an id starting with "f_". The thing is, I need them in order - not separated out into 2 lists. I believe the...
  9. Case sensitivity

    I'm using ExtJS 2.2.1, and found that I had to make a couple of tweaks to get case sensitivity to behave correctly. The problem is that queryIgnoreCase is "true" to ignore case, but that variable is...
  10. Update, in the interest of sharing my learning:...

    Update, in the interest of sharing my learning: The code above worked fine in Firebug, but once I put it into my web site and opened the site in IE7, I got no results back. If I opened the site in...
  11. SOLVED: select element where child != value

    Hi Animal,

    Thanks again for the Firebug code. One thing it showed me is that you can begin a phrase inside parentheses with ":thing(" which I don't think I had figured out. The documentation is...
  12. Hi Animal, Thanks for the Firebug...

    Hi Animal,

    Thanks for the Firebug instructions - I knew there was a way to test using Firebug but I couldn't figure out how to set up my test data. That helped a lot.

    Unfortunately the query...
  13. Close ... I actually want to do stuff if...

    Close ... I actually want to do stuff if actionval != "Browsed"

    This DomQuery is being passed in as the "record" parameter of a new XmlReader, which is then passed in as the "reader" parameter of...
  14. [SOLVED] DomQuery - select element where child != value

    Hi,
    Having problems getting DomQuery to do exactly what I want. My customer has a page set up that displays an Ext JS grid containing several records, and they want to hide any records that contain...
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    SOLUTION to m/Y date format

    Well, in case anyone ever does read this, here's the solution I found:
    First of all, how to tell extjs that "05/05" is month and year, not month and day? Set the altFormats property of the...
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    Anyone??

    Anyone??
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    [solved] Two-part date format

    Greetings,

    I'm playing with Ext.form.DateField. My customer has requested a date field that uses the format "mm/yyyy". Simple enough -- just set {"format":'m/Y'}, right? Unfortunately, entering a...
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