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    Default How do I edit the frame style?

    Hi there,

    I have a modal panel with frame:true, and I really like that frame. I'd just like to modify the gradient in it -- it starts light gray and ends up black at the bottom and I want it to end with dark gray. How would I modify that gradient? Is the gradient drawn via CSS? I'm using firebug, and I can't get a read on what class is styling the frame. Any clues would be a great help.

    Thanks!

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    Is there documentation for the CSS in Sencha? I'm not even sure what class defines the frame.

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    our best chance to figure this out is to open it with developer tools (safari or chrome), activate the overlay/frame and then go through the div structure to find it.

    You can set your own class to use. I succeeded in getting rid of the frame so I only have the buttons, none of the white space.

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