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    Question How to use "Ext.ux.gird.filter.FiltersFeature" with Ext Designer

    I use Ext Designer 1.2.2 to generate a window including a grid. Now I want to apply filtersFeature to the the grid. How should I do? The difficult is that, we can't get the grid before callParent in the initcomponent method. So I hava some tests with some events such as render, beforerender ect on the window. But it's too late bacause the grid view has been generated. Should I immediatly modify the prototype? Can any body give some advise?

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    You need to include the filters feature in the features config when you create the grid. Look at the source for this example:

    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!...ter-local.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    You need to include the filters feature in the features config when you create the grid. Look at the source for this example:

    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!...ter-local.html
    Yes, the method can solve the problem in an ordinary way. But the ui is generated by Ext Designer and the grid is included in a window. So we can't add features config when creating the grid. And we can't get the grid before calling callParent in the initComponent. On this occasion, how to solve the problem? .onitCominitComponentinitint call't tingwhenconcoded is nary waryordiaaain in

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