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  1. I think there's still some inconsistency. I pasted Ext JS 6 code fragments for illustration.

    Both Component and Global use Ext.GlobalEvents, but only Global requires it.

    Why Ext.GlobalEvents...
  2. This is a doc issue.

    It's great that these tooltip text configs were added, but AFAICT they are not just used by screen readers, but are just regular tooltips displayed on mouseover.
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  3. See how the findParentByType method cross-references the up method.

    /**
    * Find a container above this component at any level by xtype or class
    *
    * See also the {@link...
  4. This is a documentation issue.

    The Component findPlugin and getPlugin methods should be cross-referenced because they are very similar. Just add the sentence: "See also [...] method" in each...
  5. Looks like this is fixed in 6.0.
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    This is a 6.0 documentation issue.

    See how I fixed the doc of the removeSeries method by indicating that the parameters may be an array as in the addSeries method. BTW I think these two new...
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    Can you add a sticky documentation issues thread in the 6.0 bugs section?

    This should be similar to Ext JS 5.1 documentation issues.
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    ext-5.1.1.389 and ext-6.0.0

    Typo: use re-entering instead.

    Ext.define('Ext.data.BufferedStore', {
    ...
    reload: function(options) {
    ...
    // Prevent re-emtering the load...
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    Store.getAt returns null if not found, not undefined.

    Ext.define('Ext.data.AbstractStore', {
    ...
    /**
    * Get the Record at the specified index.
    *
    * The index is effected...
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    Remove renderer from label, place it on the same level.

    This change was documented.

    http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/5.1/whats_new/5.0/charts_upgrade_guide.html

    "Renderers should be defined...
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    I did some research... this would fail for nodelists or it might not return a dense array.

    So, I don't think this is applicable in the array of menus case.

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    ext-5.1.1.382

    I'm reading the nightly menu Manager class code...

    Is the code below supposed to use Ext.Array.slice instead?

    allMenus is an array.

    See also the hideAll method in the same...
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    Are you still planning to support IE8?
  14. Nope, this is not a bug. This is a feature controlled by the layout config.

    Although the default "combineDuplicate" is different than in Ext Charts.

    Please close this ticket.
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  15. Fiddle

    Run the above fiddle, you will see that the name "metric one" is duplicated.

    The duplicated data should result in two separate columns, not one drawn on top of the other.

    52148
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    Bruce, what's new and exciting in Ext JS 6?
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    I didn't see any changes in the nightly charting package last week. When can we see these changes?
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    You can also filter out a node instead of removing it.
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    This is the info/speculation we have so far.

    Desperately waiting for ExtJS 5.1.1
  20. I'm not a lawyer, but I don't see how this could be a problem if you all incorporate yourself. This will increase your cost by a few hundred dollars, but it still might be worth it since you will...
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    The Ext.Array.each documentation should mention that it is possible to continue with the next iteration by just calling return;

    Calling return false; breaks out of the loop, but calling just...
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    Heh, you are right and I think this is adocumentation bug. The documentation should mention that just calling return;will skip to the next item.


    var arr = ["cat", "dog", "pangolin", "wolf"];
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    There's no way inside the each loop to jump to the next iteration, so you will need to use an if-statement instead.

    The each loop allows for breaking out of the loop by returning false, but...
  24. Did you try the Kitchen Sink demo?
  25. Please report it in the bug forum so it gets proper attention.
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