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Thread: TreeNode.getUI().addClass('class')

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    Default TreeNode.getUI().addClass('class')

    Hi guys, I've encountered this issue adding a class to a node: if the node is a children, and the father was never been expanded, the element of the first node doesn't exists, and so the addClass is useless. I've done a workaround with the node.ensurevisible() followed by node.getUI().addClass('class') and by fathernode.collapse(), but there's better way for achieve my point? Thanks!

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    Sencha - Sr Software Engineer mitchellsimoens's Avatar
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    Ext JS 2 is not supported so bugs will not be fixed. It is suggested to migrate to Ext JS 4 as the development is very high.
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