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18 Oct 2010 5:57 AM
EDIT: Disregard, turns out the time in ms was malformed due to a date parsing issue on my servlet.
So I've got a long representing the date/time passed back from my server, and I want to pass it...
14 Oct 2010 10:02 AM
Strange, I can't imagine why you'd be forced to make the element respond to events like that. I'm not all that sharp on DOM/Element events, so maybe someone more enlightened can shed some light on...
14 Oct 2010 7:35 AM
Well, it does make sense, because that's how I've disabled the default context menu on right clicks.
render : function(menu)
14 Oct 2010 4:55 AM
Try debugging with Firebug and inspecting the mask_el object to see if the listeners are actually getting attached and registered. It could be that, for whatever reason, mouse events aren't valid for...
13 Oct 2010 11:31 AM
If you know the component that needs to get the event, then (at the end of onDragOver or whatever method it may be) you can add
Ext.getCmp(<your component's id>).fireEvent(<event name>, <event...
13 Oct 2010 11:25 AM
Quite right, wasn't sure if it extended to all form-type fields. Carry on :)
13 Oct 2010 11:18 AM
Correct me if I'm wrong, but when using fields with forms, don't you need to mess around with the hiddenValue attribute?
When posting code (especially a lot), it is always in best practice, and indeed, courteous, to surround the code with CODE or PHP tags. Don't expect too much help otherwise, as you shouldn't expect...
13 Oct 2010 10:45 AM
I assume because he said "I need to set the handler of all the buttons together not one by one." that he wants to set the handlers of the buttons to do/be the same thing...
13 Oct 2010 10:41 AM
Off the top of my head (read: untested), in the toolbar's config, try setting the defaults config object, like
handler : function(e)
13 Oct 2010 10:39 AM
duplicate post, next post is the correct one
False alarm, folks, I figured it out. Apparently it's Flash's way of recovering from an error, so the object doesn't crash. However, it also suppresses any error output, including to...
Actual points. Arbitrary coordinates don't fire the event.
Hey all. I've got a chart component running smoothly up until now. I want to allow the user to click a dot (its a line chart), the code will store that data, then click a second dot, and in the code...
7 Jul 2010 7:41 AM
Perfect, thanks very much.
7 Jul 2010 5:39 AM
Is it possible? I did a quick search of the forum and the most recent thing was a GWT 2.0 help thread. I'm just using plain ol ExtJS 3.1, and I'm wondering if I can get a Line Chart running with 2...
Bah, you're quite right. Don't even know why I didn't acknowledge that.
First of all, its not "params", its "baseParams".
Second, just as a paranoid check, I'd pass the URL every time as well.
To clarify, you want to be able to preserve your selection when the grid's store is reloaded?
Should be simple enough.
First, create a beforeLoad event listener, and have the function either...
28 May 2010 10:11 AM
I was looking for a way to have a small pop-up tooltip, similar to the one that pops up when a validation error occurs, and you hover over the offending component. However, I'd like it to...
No problem, always glad to help.
Go ahead and try some stuff out, the forums will always be here (usually) waiting to help.
Hmm. Some components don't have a resizable property, so you need to be sure that the component you want to resize can actually be resized. Most of the container components are resizable (some...
While I'm not sure there's a way, I must ask why you are trying to get auto-generated id's of components, when you can easily set them yourself and access them later using Ext.getCmp(<id goes...
Great! Glad I could help.
Well, that's why radio groups were created :)
If you don't want to (or can't) use radio groups, you need to give each radio button an individual id (like id : radio1), then use the getCmp like I...
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