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    Default EXTJS 4 RTL - When

    Sorry to repeat this issue, but I'm using Ext since ver 2 and the only thing that blocks me now from moving to version 4 - which I find great - is the RTL issue, since my apps support both LTR and RTL.

    When do you expect to have support for RTL under Ext JS ver 4.x.x

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    RTL will be present in the next release (4.1)
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    Very thanks edspencer.
    when Extjs 4.1 Released?
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    @ed Curious, would a locking grid have its locked section to the right in RTL? Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mankz View Post
    @ed Curious, would a locking grid have its locked section to the right in RTL? Thoughts?
    Not necessarily - it would still be configurable

    Quote Originally Posted by vahid4134 View Post
    Very thanks edspencer.
    when Extjs 4.1 Released?
    We're projecting roughly 13 weeks until a beta version is shipped
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    Final 4.1 Released Date?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlayeghi View Post
    Final 4.1 Released Date?
    See the response immediately above
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    Default 4.1 Beta Release Date Update

    Any update on the beta release date of 4.1 with RTL support? We have several customers pressuring us and we are anxious to get our hands on this.

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    RTL and ARIA supported beta releases are expected at this year's SenchaCon (October)
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    Is there an update to this estimate, now that RTL/ARIA have been bumped to 4.2 instead of 4.1?

    We have been eagerly awaiting RTL support, which was originally promised for 4.0, then 4.1, and now 4.2. Our customers are pressuring us for dates, and we could really use some idea of when we can expect this functionality.

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