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    If you use Ext in simple web pages such as the...

    If you use Ext in simple web pages such as the API docs, memory leaks may not be a big problem. But in large enterprise applications with full use of Ext, this is terrible.

    Unfortunately, our...
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    :-/ I also find and report this problem, but no...

    :-/
    I also find and report this problem, but no answer too. Why?
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    Is that Memory Leak?

    When you use Ext's API, you open pages by clicking nodes of the left tree. If you open some pages and close them all then, you will find that the memory has not been free, even when you refresh the...
  4. I'm using DWR, so there is no url for the store....

    I'm using DWR, so there is no url for the store.

    What I want to do is that, use one method to convert existing HTML fields into EXT fields.
    After converted, set the field's store if it's a combo.
  5. How to bind a store to a combo after rendered?

    When a combo is already rendered, how can I change its data store?

    I used the bindStore method, but nothing happened.
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    I'm sorry, I have post it twice:">

    I'm sorry, I have post it twice:">
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    [2.0b1][SOLVED] That may be Container's bug

    Ext.onReady(function() {
    var p = new Ext.Panel({
    title: "Inner Panel",
    el: "panel-a"
    });
    var win = new Ext.Window({
    title: "Test Window",
    width:...
  8. Thread: Is that right?

    by bevin_b
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    Ok, I'll report it. By the way, thank you for...

    Ok, I'll report it.

    By the way, thank you for your reply yesterday, Animal :)
  9. Thread: Is that right?

    by bevin_b
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    Is that right?

    The code is below:


    Ext.onReady(function() {
    var p = new Ext.Panel({
    title: "Inner Panel",
    el: "panel-a"
    });
    var win = new Ext.Window({
    title: "Test...
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    I want to build a framework with the Viewport...

    I want to build a framework with the Viewport component, each region's content is decided by specific application.

    For example, in one application it is a TreePanel in the west region, but in...
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    How could I change the region's panel?

    In a rendered BorderLayout, if I want to change one Region's panel, what I need to do?

    Use the Region's setPanel method first, then use the BoderLayout's container's doLayout method, to force it...
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    I found the second problem in IE6. It's right...

    I found the second problem in IE6.
    It's right when using FireFox and Opera. In Ext1.1.1, there's no such problem in IE6 too.
    My test is based on the given example, msg-box.html
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    [2.0a1][SOLVED] There's no Ext.WindowManager

    In WindowManager.js, I found there's no definition of the Ext.WindowManager, but the
    Ext.WindowMgr.

    Another problem, when the message in the MessageBox is "", the MessageBox's right border ...
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    Thanks very much!:)

    Thanks very much!:)
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    What does "lazy" mean?

    In many places, I meet the word "lazy render".

    Could anyone tell me the meaning of "lazy" please?

    I'm a newer to Ext, thanks.
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