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  1. The overlap panel resize part is simple. Add a...

    The overlap panel resize part is simple. Add a resizer config to the resizable panel config.


    resizable: {
    handles: 'w'
    }


    The behavior of the overlap panel on window resize it's really...
  2. You don't need the `autoLoad` config for you tree...

    You don't need the `autoLoad` config for you tree store, because you already have the data. The `reader` config is also not needed. Anyway, it is a proxy, and not a tree store config. Without these...
  3. If you want the new panel to overlap, you should...

    If you want the new panel to overlap, you should make it floating.

    22ut
  4. @bobringer, thanks for the tip! Indeed, it works...

    @bobringer, thanks for the tip! Indeed, it works like that. I hope they fix this in the next CMD update. This is not the kind of habit I would like to adopt :)
  5. I noticed the same issue. It seems to be a Sencha...

    I noticed the same issue. It seems to be a Sencha CMD bug. I wanted to leverage the multi-line string capability of template literals, but after building the application for production, in the place...
  6. Not related to performance, but here is Sencha's...

    Not related to performance, but here is Sencha's answer to the "When starting a new project, which toolkit should I use?" question, from a recent blog post:
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    They become window properties, so you can access...

    They become window properties, so you can access it like "windowObj.RunID", or "this.RunID" from a window event listener. You can also pass window configs, like "autoShow", so that you don't have to...
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    I think you have a typo. When firing the event,...

    I think you have a typo. When firing the event, the first argument, the event name, should be a string (enclosed in quotes).


    ScoringWindow.fireEvent("loadRecord", {RunID: record.get('uid')});
    ...
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    It didn't because the form argument from the...

    It didn't because the form argument from the success callback is a basic form, which does not have an "up" method. You can either rename this argument to "basicform", so that you will have access via...
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    Use a widgetcolumn...

    Use a widgetcolumn for this.
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    Just wrap the handleResize function declaration...

    Just wrap the handleResize function declaration inside a Ext.Function.createBuffered call.
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    The "beforeShowItem" should check if the item...

    The "beforeShowItem" should check if the item that needs to be activated exists. So I am not sure why you are getting the active card item. You should get the card item with the id of id, then if it...
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    Here are a some excerpts from the link above I've...

    Here are a some excerpts from the link above I've provided that will answer you questions:





    Also, check out this example of routing:...
  14. Enabling the "ux" package from the left file...

    Enabling the "ux" package from the left file system tree seems to solve the problem.
    Here: https://fiddle.sencha.com/#view/editor&fiddle/20us
  15. I guess because the fireEvent...

    I guess because the fireEvent will call fireEventArgs, and here is where the checking occurs.
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    You don't have to use the Ext.util.History class...

    You don't have to use the Ext.util.History class directly. Read more about routing here: https://docs.sencha.com/extjs/5.0.1/guides/application_architecture/router.html.
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    This is the first approach that came to my mind....

    This is the first approach that came to my mind. You can create a widgetcolumn with a component that encapsulates an anchor element. Then on onWidgetAttach, you grab the widget element and attach a...
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    That is happening because the default buttonTips...

    That is happening because the default buttonTips has more button tips configurations than bold, italic, and underline. You have overridden the default values and they are needed somewhere. Now you...
  19. Yes, it's possible. You must have your store...

    Yes, it's possible. You must have your store declaration in the view model


    viewModel: {
    stores: {
    gridStore: {
    type: 'gridstore',
    autoLoad: true
    ...
  20. Why does form.getForm().setValues works on 'boxready' but not on 'render'

    I've noticed a pretty strange behavior when trying to preset form field values using form.getForm().setValues().
    When I use this in the boxready event listener of the form, it works as expected:...
  21. Why didn't you specify a store for the tagfield?...

    Why didn't you specify a store for the tagfield? Setting it to the store you've created above seems to solve the problem..
  22. Grid view empty text does not have wrapping markup when set using bind

    Hello,

    I have noticed that when binding the grid's view emptyText config to viewmodel data, the text does not get wrapped in markup.

    Here is the test case:
    2060

    In the "Grid 1" the empty...
  23. I don't think "Ext.Array.insert" will work here....

    I don't think "Ext.Array.insert" will work here. You should use store's add method.
  24. Ok! Than the load event should work.. What do you...

    Ok! Than the load event should work.. What do you mean by "I tried the load event but looks like it is called after the store is updated."?
  25. Take a look at the calculate...

    Take a look at the calculate example:


    fields: [{
    name: 'firstName',
    type: 'string'
    },{
    name: 'lastName',
    type: 'string'
    },{
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