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  1. Ok... I've got it. I changed the nested time property inside "last_post" to a direct property of the model. It seems like sorting / grouping is not reliable when using nested data or data from...
  2. Jep. It should stay in it's current position but the data (like the count property in the example) should be updated.
  3. Hey!

    I'm not sure if this is a bug... maybe I'm just doing it wrong.

    I have a list that gets it's data from a store. The store has a grouper. After I change the property of a store item, the...
  4. I experienced the same behaviour when I used ST 2.1.1. Are you using this version? For me it's fixed with ST 2.2.1.
  5. One more thing I found out: If the model is already cached (and reload is not set to true), the first parameter is set correctly to the model. Obviously, there is no second parameter in this case as...

    Ext version tested:

    ST 2.2.1
    Browser versions tested against:

    Chrome 27
  7. Apparently this performance penalty was connected to my update to ST 2.2.0.
    Seems like version 2.2.1 fixed these issues again :-)
  8. Hi!

    I played around with ST now for a few months. I'm using it together with Cordova (mainly on android).

    When building native apps (regardless if I'm using the sencha packager or cordova), I...
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    Thanks for your help, it works as I need it.

    I added the updateRecord method like that:

    Ext.define('App.view.Toolbar', {
    config: {
    updateRecord: function(newRec, oldRec) {
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    I'm searching for a neat way to bind the appearance of a toolbar to a model.

    In particular, I have a bunch of buttons that are visible or not depending on the model's state.
    Let's say the...
  11. Hey!

    I'm using the navigationBar property of Ext.navigation.View to add a custom button to the titlebar.
    But I don't want this button to be visible / usable if there is more than one view pushed...
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