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  1. Right, HTML5 works better for keeping it private....

    Right, HTML5 works better for keeping it private. The need for exporting is 2 fold. Backup of the device and sharing data discreetly with other users.
  2. Can this App be done in Sencha or do I need to make it native?

    I have a friend that was interested in having a piece of software that he normally uses on his Windows laptop work on his iPad. This software is a basic database that keeps up with contacts and some...
  3. After much debugging, I found the answer. I had...

    After much debugging, I found the answer. I had to move the flex attribute on the main card layout in to the config property. So, it went from this:


    Ext.define('TOMobile.view.MainContent', {...
  4. Thanks, that was good advice! After quite a bit...

    Thanks, that was good advice! After quite a bit of manual DOM traversal, I found the difference in the computed DOMs of development and test. In test, this DOM element exist:


    <div...
  5. Dynamic Creation of View Works In Development, Not In Test

    I have a function in the controller that looks like this:


    loadView : function(viewName) {


    var view = Ext.create('TOMobile.view.' + viewName);

    TOMobile.MainContent.removeAll(true);
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    Just wanted to note that this problem went away...

    Just wanted to note that this problem went away with Firefox 3.
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    I just had a need for this, so I followed...

    I just had a need for this, so I followed Animal's advice and added a dblclick listener to the tab. Then I just call a function that collapses all panels so that the editor area is maximized.



    ...
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    Thanks for the reply. Just to clarify, I don't...

    Thanks for the reply. Just to clarify, I don't want it to sound like I am blaming anybody. I don't know what the source of this error could be. In fact, until I ran the test using the sample feed...
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    Sorry, here is the proper link:...

    Sorry, here is the proper link:
    http://www.screencast.com/t/dVBzUH9zFWq
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    bump! Hoping for a little help :s

    bump! Hoping for a little help :s
  11. No problem. I'm not quite sure what is happening....

    No problem. I'm not quite sure what is happening. The IE example is actually how it should work in this case. Absolute should just make it absolutely positioned within its container, which is the...
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    In the requestData method of that object, it...

    In the requestData method of that object, it calls this.proxy.load. That is the load method of the Ext.data.ScriptTagProxy. The parameters for that method are:

    Parameters:
    params :...
  13. I will preface this with saying that I think I...

    I will preface this with saying that I think I would prefer a button in a toolbar somewhere that just prints whatever tab is current. However, that would require the user to click the tab they want...
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    I don't see the text 'stcCallback1001' anywhere...

    I don't see the text 'stcCallback1001' anywhere in the code you posted nor in the forum.js example code. So, not sure what you mean here.

    As far as the code you posted, it is just extending the...
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    I noticed that when I just pull up the Feed...

    I noticed that when I just pull up the Feed Viewer example (using version 2.0.1 of Ext) and I open and close a lot of tabs, it also seems to leak memory in Firefox. Maybe I am looking for leaks in...
  16. It certainly is preferable to load it up front if...

    It certainly is preferable to load it up front if possible, but doesn't always make the most sense. With large enterprise type applications, you may need hundreds of scripts available to the user,...
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    Memory consumption. Firefox didn't seem to leak...

    Memory consumption. Firefox didn't seem to leak DOM nodes (IE did). It would seem that the Ext Store is being kept in memory in some way, because the memory jumps by so much. I waited for a while...
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    Why does this leak in Firefox?

    I could use some help figuring out why this leaks memory. The main app design is pretty much in the style of the Feed Reader sample, except that multiple tabs can be opened.

    Here is the Main.js....
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