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  1. Ext 4.2.4

    I updated from 4.2.2 to 4.2.4 and my paging toolbar doesn't work anymore with buffered renderer, if I go back to 4.2.2 it works, if I remove the buffered renderer it...
  2. Any news on this rather old topic?

    I still got the issue.

    running version: ExtJS

    The endIndex of the NodeCache is set to NaN.
    The count of the NodeCache is calculated with the...
  3. I have the same problem! no solutions? My guess is that it's an issue with calculating the layouts. I tried by adding an afterrender listener where I collapse it then.. but no dice :) same issue...
  4. You're right but I was a little frustrated at the time sorry :)I retested. Downloading the fiddle works now. The folder contains the files. What I noticed was that I have to name the files with '.js'...
  5. I have a Fiddle with a typical sencha MVC folder structure...

    But if I download my fiddle the folders become empty files and the content of the folders is gone....


    Then suddenly all my...
  6. Ok I had to add
    package.framework=ext to the sencha.cfg in the package
  7. I 'm changing my application from 'not sencha cmd oriented' to 'sencha cmd oriented' to make it easier to upgrade ExtJS 4.2.2 to ExtJS 5

    I'm using Sencha Cmd v5.0.2.250

    Now I created a new...
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    I would like to know what are the valid characters to use in an itemId.

    I can't use '/' and probably '<' , '>' will throw errors too and '[', ']'. Are we strictly limited to a-Z & 0-9 ?
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    cool I didn't know there was that much intelligence in the browser.. makes sense but on what grounds does iOS decides those things? Something with the click event probably...
  10. If you have a container A with B and C inside. A, B and C can access A's viewcontroller.

    If you want B to access C's viewcontroller you can:

    - pass a reference thru the parent's controller
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    2,140 is native javascript and has nothing to do with Ext JS

    If you put an alert in the function does it get fired?
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    +1 for an implementation of the rejectChanges on a treeStore

    Here is my impl (not fully tested yet, but it seems to work...)

    * @author Johan Vandeplas
  13. @evant I was thinking in that direction too.. damn legacy stuff :) I found out that it only occurs with the classic theme...@Gary Schlosberg Here's a very short example =>...
  14. I'm using Chrome 32.

    Since I started using that version of chrome I get this warning

    Attr.specified is deprecated. Its value is always true.

    It occurs here:

    on: tabIndexAttr.specified...
  15. Why is easy.. to support legacy browsers like IE8. It's not a bug in documentation but rather in Ext. => I used the documentation to illustrate that it is being displayed in every Ext project since...
  16. I'm using Chrome 32.0.1700.76
    ExtJS version ExtJS
    I open for example the ExtJS Docs I get:

    body.scrollLeft is deprecated in strict mode. Please use 'documentElement.scrollLeft' if in...
  17. Another issue with previous method using getterName and setterName.When you send it via a proxy to the server you send a json like this:

    "id": 1,
    "rowVersion": 0,
  18. I encounterd a new problem using previous method (using getterName and setterName)

    If I have 2 associations with the same model, behind the scene he creates only one 'MyApp.model.ObjectInfoHasOne'...
  19. Al right!!

    But in the documentation this `associatedName` property, it might be a good idea to mention that you better not change this, but instead use the `getterName` and `setterName`...
  20. Thanks for looking at it Evan,

    You're kind of right... When I don't change the name I don't get the same error.

    But I can't call obj.getobjectInfo()instead there is a new method...
  21. good one @JambaFun => use undefined instead of false and the id param won't be sent.

    My solution is based on your idea:

    Ext.define('MyApp.model.MyModel', {
    extend: '',

  22. You're right Gary. For a 1 to 1 relation it's logical. But a 1 to 0 or 1 relation it's far from ideal.. Like we say in Dutch, I guess we have to "row with the paddles we have".

  23. ExtJS provides us with different associations:

    1 to 0 or more => hasMany
    1 to 1 => hasOne

    But how about the 1 to 0 or 1

    dog = {
  24. What are you trying to say? Are you commenting that you have no comment?
  25. You're right! I tested it and it works. I'll upgrade ;)

    Nice work Sencha Team. Thanx!


    I tested the GPL version (build 883) => that works
    When I used the commercial version (build...
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