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    The Application Archtecture guide (http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#/...n_architecture) Controller example is missing quotation marks

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    'useredit button[action=save]': {
                    click: this.updateUser
                }
    should be

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    'useredit button[action="save"]': {
                    click: this.updateUser
                }

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    In Ext-4.0.2 RC3

    multiSelect and stripeRows properties missing from Ext.grid.Panel

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    Quote Originally Posted by batweasel View Post
    The Application Archtecture guide (http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#/...n_architecture) Controller example is missing quotation marks
    Works for me without quotes. See also examples from the releases

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    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#/...n_architecture mention for file structure directory [ext-4.0] but http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#/...etting_started said [extjs]. In practice, the dot break in .NET MVC so the latest should be used.

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    Would be nice if Ext.grid.feature.RowWrap class was included in the API.

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    [4.0.2] On the main page links to examples of version 4.0.1

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    Default Make documentation of AbstractPlugin useful.

    The current documentation - ExtJS 4.0.2 - just states obvious, but not useful, things about plugins. What I would request is that the documentation does the following:

    - What is a plugin in ExtJS. The word plugin is used throughout programming and beyond, so it needs to be stated what a plugin is in the ExtJS context.
    - What the difference between a plugin and a mixin. When should I choose to implement a plugin and when would I rather choose to implement a mixin.
    - Example code presented in a tutorial like style, i.e. showing how to implement a plugin with comments, explanations and considerations.
    - It should also be stated that a plugin makes some assumptions about where it is used (I often meet the misconception that a plugin can be used in any class, which is not the case).

    Ref.: http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#/...AbstractPlugin

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    Default Provide turorial on when to implement a mixin instead of doing something like inherit

    Mixins are new to ExtJS 4. A tutorial on when and why you should consider to implement a mixin is needed. The tutorial should provide information on the differences between a normal class (one that you would 'requires:' or 'uses:') and 'mixins:'.

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    Default Documentation Suggestion: Store Filtering

    The documentation for filtering a store provides examples based on passing in filter configs... but lacks the demonstration of passing in a pre-instantiated filter...

    The reason I think this is important is because when you pass in a filter config - AbstractStore::decodeFilters() applies the root:'data' property to the config for you... When one of the filters you're applying to the store is already instantiated, this isn't done for you - so it goes without saying - the filter wont work as expected!

    Example:

    BAD FILTER

    Code:
    store.filter(Ext.create('Ext.util.Filter',{
         property: 'fname',
         value: 'Jared'
    }));

    GOOD FILTER

    Code:
    store.filter(Ext.create('Ext.util.Filter',{
         property: 'fname',
         value: 'Jared',
         root: 'data'
    }));
    I don't think its something that necessary requires a large gravity of attention, but if you could add to the examples (within the store documentation) an example of adding an instantiated filter - I think it may help folks that run into the problem like I did

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    Post [EXTJSIV-2352] - constrainTo not documented on Ext.window.Window still not documented

    In the 4.0.2 release notes, Documentation Updates says [EXTJSIV-2352] - constrainTo not documented on Ext.window.Window, but this is still not documented in the Ext JS 4.0.2 API Documentation page

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