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    The answer is in the docs: http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/6.0/6.0.1-classic/#!/api/Ext.panel.Panel-cfg-tools

    Specifically:



    Which says that tools must be an array.

    Followed by the example...
  2. I'm not able to reproduce this.

    I've created a fiddle that takes the code from the starter app here: https://fiddle.sencha.com/#fiddle/15ie

    Here is a short screen capture of me running that...
  3. It depends on a couple of factors. Say for example you have a grid 100px high with 100 records. Then you make it 800px high. The view size now becomes larger which means you consume more widgets.
    ...
  4. The widgets are stored in a pool that matches roughly the view size, they are recycled as you scroll through the view. So, say for example you had 1000 rows in your store, with a visible size of ~50....
  5. There's a bunch of different ways you could do it, one would be to use a single handler:



    {
    xtype: 'button',
    listeners: {
    single: true,
    click: function() {
    ...
  6. The short answer is that getCmp will be faster. However, you should probably avoid using it because it will mean the need to assign explicit ids to the items, which will be especially difficult if...
  7. Use a form panel, then just call reset() on the form panel. You shouldn't be attempting to modify DOM elements in such a way when they are wrapped by components.
  8. Did you run the example code? It shows exactly that, the panel pops down when you click the trigger.
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    http://examples.sencha.com/extjs/6.0.1/examples/classic/toolbar/overflow.html
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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  11. Seems like just a native browser behaviour, I'm not sure this would be an Ext bug unless it can be shown that the same thing doesn't happen when Ext is included.
  12. It's not available because the accordion uses the actual panel headers with custom styling. As such, deferred rendering would mean being able to render the header without the body. We don't have any...
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    Can confirm in the 6.0.2 nightly.
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    Gary didn't say we won't fix it, he just let you know it's more of a red herring warning and some ways to work around. We have an existing issue open to resolve it, EXTJS-19721.
  15. I wasn't able to reproduce it, however I think the likelihood is that there's a delay in loading the fonts. From memory I recall an issue where the browser won't try and download the font until it...
  16. Yes, as I said above, one of these altFormats is parsing the date.



    altFormats: "m/d/Y|n/j/Y|n/j/y|m/j/y|n/d/y|m/j/Y|n/d/Y|m-d-y|m-d-Y|m/d|m-d|md|mdy|mdY|d|Y-m-d|n-j|n/j",


    This is why the...
  17. Ok, but whatever you pass to the date constructor is irrelevant, because in the end the field ends up receiving a date object. The issue is likely the altFormats config which accepts various other...
  18. The value you pass to the date constructor has nothing to with the date formats, since it's a native JS object.
  19. Please post the required information: https://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?301911-How-to-report-a-bug

    What versions etc.
  20. From memory it defaults to 50, or if more are required and then just displays them off screen. When you say "continue to add rows", that would mean that the number grows past that initial amount, I...
  21. That code doesn't appear in the latest nightlies.
  22. The grid should add enough rows to fit the view, then hides any remaining ones as needed.

    Please post a test case and the other info listed here:...
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    It's not executing the code, it's using static analysis.
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    Pretty much exactly as it says. The compiler can't find the file because you're loading it dynamically.
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    If you want cross browser consistent behaviour use Ext.Date.parse.
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