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    Quote Originally Posted by neogrey View Post
    Pardon my ignorance, I'm new to this forum and ExtJS as well - but is this supposed to work under IE6? The only thing I see on the right is a big black box
    Mini tutorial:
    * Drag "Border layout" into the black area
    * type "center" in title for center, check "west", set size of west to 200, type a title for west
    * select center region either in tree or gui area
    * at the bottom left, enter "xtype" in the "add" field and press enter
    * type "form" as xtype value
    * drag a "Field Set" to this element
    * drag a "text field" to the created fieldset
    ...

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    I'm trying to get it working locally. From html it seems like missing 2 files:
    main.css
    include.js

    BTW I tried and I got js error: f.SimpleCombo is not a constructor
    localhost/tests/extjs/guibuilder/main.js?v2
    Line 1229

    Any clue ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by runnersixty View Post
    I'm trying to get it working locally. From html it seems like missing 2 files:
    main.css
    include.js

    BTW I tried and I got js error: f.SimpleCombo is not a constructor
    localhost/tests/extjs/guibuilder/main.js?v2
    Line 1229

    Any clue ??
    Indeed, you need:
    http://tof2k.com/ext/formbuilder/Ext.drasill2.js
    http://tof2k.com/ext/formbuilder/include.js
    http://tof2k.com/ext/formbuilder/main.css

    Note, you can know this simply by looking the html source.

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    Added Anchor & Absolute layout.

    In absolute layout you can move elements with "visual resize" option (in the context menu).

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    thanks tof, now it works.

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    Now I got error (the same error as before when local !!??) when trying http://tof2k.com/ext/formbuilder/
    I erased cache here thinking to some js cached locally, but I still has error
    f.SimpleCombo is not a constructor
    http://tof2k.com/ext/formbuilder/main.js?v2
    Line 1259

    OK Now it works like a charm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by runnersixty View Post
    Now I got error (the same error as before when local !!??) when trying http://tof2k.com/ext/formbuilder/
    I erased cache here thinking to some js cached locally, but I still has error
    f.SimpleCombo is not a constructor
    http://tof2k.com/ext/formbuilder/main.js?v2
    Line 1259
    My bad - the synchronisation failed on one JS file... correcte now

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    Hello all.
    I've just discovered this extraordinary widget today.
    Congratulations to the developer. This is a ver usefull tool for Ext JS noob users like me.
    This may be a noob question but here it goes...
    I've designed a GUI but i don't know out to export the code to use it in an example of my own.
    Can anyone point me in the right direction pls?

    Thanks

    Best reguards:
    Tiago Oliveira

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    Quote Originally Posted by pongz79 View Post
    Hello all.
    I've designed a GUI but i don't know out to export the code to use it in an example of my own.
    Can anyone point me in the right direction pls?
    Most of the time the JSON cannot be used 'as-is', but almost :
    v = new Ext.Viewport(<config here>);

    See the source of the border layout sample : http://extjs.com/deploy/ext-2.0-beta...t/complex.html

    Most components can be create either with a javascript Construct, or JSON config.
    For example :
    PHP Code:
    new Ext.TabPanel({title:'foo',items:[new Ext.Panel({title:'bar'})]}) 
    can be written as :
    PHP Code:
    {xtype:'tabpanel',title:'foo',items:[{xtype:'panel',title:'bar'}]} 
    The GUI builder generates the second type of construction.
    So in your code you need to add this config to a Container anyway (like an Ext.Viewport).

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    Default INCREDIBLE!

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