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    Default Grid in ie7

    Well, i made my grid and it works fine on FF, but in IE7 it does'nt work.
    I've already checked for extra commas or missing commas, i checked three or four times, there's no extra\missing commas.

    And IE7 debug does'nt detect any error. just the grid don't show up.
    Any suggestions?

    P.s.: I've already used the search button. =)

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    sorry for the double post but i really need this. i checked a thousands of time, there's no extra\missing commas(or i'm an *****).

    Here is my code(attached to the post).

    Please check it out ^^
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    Ext.BorderLayout.create is a static method and therefore you do not need new in front of it. That's the only thing I noticed, that's a lot of code to digest though.

    Aaron

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    forget it, i fix it.
    It was the Ajax.request. I've passed as params 'new: value'
    but i think i can't use the keyword 'new', so the script break down in IE.

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    Hint, use cscript.exe <script_name> from the command line to check if your scripts contain any reserved words, extra commas etc that IE don't like. The script will not run becourse of runtime errors , but before it execs you'll have a reasoable error message with line numbers where exactly you have syntax errors (if you have any).
    Use the force - read the source.

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    @MaximGB, good tip.

    mind putting that up in the wiki?

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    Shame on me, I have never ever post anything on any wiki, it's my terra incognita...
    Use the force - read the source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Alessio- View Post
    forget it, i fix it.
    It was the Ajax.request. I've passed as params 'new: value'
    but i think i can't use the keyword 'new', so the script break down in IE.
    Just quote the name:

    Code:
        paramObj = {'new': 'value'};

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