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  1. The test case as you posted it wouldn't have worked anyway, since the name needs to be on the group, not the form. Also, the model part isn't really necessary to reproduce this.

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    Remove the config {} block. Models don't really have instance configurations, it's more of a class level config.
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    This issue is already resolved in 5.1.2. Thanks for the post.
  4. You need to provide shrinkWrapDock: true on the tree, since by default dockedItems (the header) don't contribute to the width of the component.
  5. A more cut down test case
  6. Nothing really built in to do that. One thing you could do is override the load method:

    Ext.define('MyTreeStore', {
    extend: '',

    load: function(options) {
  7. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  8. Seems MS are aware of the issue:

    Going to mark this as closed, not much we can do here.

    There's a couple of suggestions here:...
  9. Current code reads (for both methods)

    if (value || value === 0)

    So that should be sufficient.
  10. What do you mean "different to other components"? Ext.container.Container/Ext.panel.Panel requires you callParent in beforeDestroy, they both have cleanup logic there.
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    No, promises are executed asynchronously, it's not a good pattern to follow. You'd be much better off just tracking the status for each request.
  13. Please provide more information, it loads up fine for me.
  14. You need to use a formula to bind expressions like this.
  15. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  16. Please see the docs:

    callback was added to provide a better API, handler is deprecated, click will have to stay as-is to preserve the API for now.
  17. That method is marked as private, you shouldn't be calling it since it's not part of the API. May I ask how you found it?

    It's not really used anywhere internally.
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    Can you show your code? Assuming you're doing something like:

    Ext.define('MyGrid', {
    extend: 'Ext.grid.Panel',
    store: {
    type: 'foo'
    bbar: {
  19. Can you post a test case? I'm not able to reproduce it using the latest code on the KS examples. Just clicking on the root node, navigating using the down key to the first checked node and hitting...
  20. In this case I think the toolbar VC should be fairly light, it should just listen to events and spawn off the appropriate views. Those views will each have their own VC to handle the specific logic...
  21. The default is to key them by field since that's the most typical use case. If you want to have a filter like you've got above, explicitly specify an id for each filter:

    { id:...
  22. Resizing is currently done using a pinch gesture. We realize this isn't a great user experience (especially on desktop). We have plans to improve this so it behaves more like classic in this regard.
  23. Looks fine to me, see the attached screenshot.
  24. Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  25. See:!/api/Ext.view.Table-css_var-S-grid-resize-marker-background-color
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