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  1. Hi

    I worked hours on finding out what I am doing wrong, and then I checked the behavior first time in safari and there it is working fine. So maybe this is a bug and I don't know how to fix this....
  2. The control (calendar) is not designed by me (see credits in top of file). I just put the calendar and time picker together and added functionality to show data from a store within the calendar.
  3. no prob.

    If this is working for you then it is ok. I tried to reproduce your problem without luck. but anyways use the chrome debugger. It is very powerful and gives you any information you need....
  4. you should check what url your browser sends to the server. it is easy to check with chrome (debug mode).

    and for your problem try to do like this:

    WPApp.stores.DirectoryCategoryListStore =...
  5. bytheway I just updated the sources on the my server because of some found bugs. You should use the latest ux-calendar-picker.js file which is part of the demo I provided.
  6. the calendar listen by default to the "load" event of the store. you can adjust this (or I have to) to make it listen for any changes. maybe it works when you provide the following init params:

  7. Hi

    I face a strange behavior in Iphone 4. I tested with chrome, safari (on PC) and Iphone 4. The behavior in Iphone 4 is diffrent then in the browsers on PC. I have List and want to scroll to the...
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    see here:
  9. I have created a calendarPicker like Ext.form.DatePicker. The behavior is exactly the same expect that the content is a calendar and a timepicker. So in one field we can select date and time. I found...
  10. I have exactly the same problem.

    Have you found any solution for this?

  11. mmh, I tried to use it on a but it wasn't working:

    Uncaught TypeError: Object #<Object> has no method 'init'

    id: 'info',
    name: 'info',
  12. I solved the problem for me:
  13. hi

    you can do the following to catch any "success: false":{
    scope : this,
    callback: function(records, operation, success) {
  14. ok I debuged the code and found the readers class JsonReader which just adds success = false and returns the data...

    if (this.successProperty) {
    value = this.getSuccess(data);
  15. Hi everybody

    I have a problem with my ajaxproxy. It's defined within my store:

    proxy: {
    type: 'ajax',
    url : 'calendarData.php',
    reader: {
    type: 'json',
  16. thanks ed

    see I am just new working with sencha. I did much with jquery in the past but the I wanted to design a small application for me and my friends.. Then I checked out what available...
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    I had the same problem. I solved it by a workaround. My application is working within the same timezone so I send my proxy request with extra params: = {
  18. Yes that's what I did meanwhile..

    proxy: {
    type: 'ajax',
    url : 'calendarData.php',
    reader: {
    type: 'json',
    root: 'calendarList'
  19. Hi all

    I am very new to sencha and like it much but I have some trouble to understand the proxy use. I have defined the following proxy within my store:

    proxy: {
    type: 'ajax',
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