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    Question How to dynamically hide/show trigger on trigger field?

    I've created a custom trigger field by extending trigger field and I'm trying to figure out how to implement a way to make it hide and show the trigger by calling a method. TriggerField has a hideTrigger property during initialization but that doesnt help during runtime. I have tried calling hideTrigger with a doLayout but no luck. I know this will affect layout of the component as it should shrink the component width when the trigger is hidden, and reverse when shown.

    ideas?

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    Code:
     
    myTrigger.trigger.setDisplayed(false); // or true

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    The latest Ext versions have a TriggerField.setHideTrigger method.

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    That worked perfectly! thanks!

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