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    Post Answered: Request: easy reference to application.fireEvent

    In my application I render an SVG (using jQuery SVG library) and would like to bind some events to the SVG shapes. An easy onclick suffices, but makes it kinda difficult in Sencha-land, because I don't have a reference to the current application to call application.fireEvent.

    To give you an idea of my situation:
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    // Shape defaults and event handlers
    shape.attr('id', outlet.data.Id);
    shape.attr('onclick', 'gsApp.fireEvent("outletselected", ' + outlet.data.Id + ');');
    As you can see I've created a workaround by defining gsApp (my application name is gs), so that I can call fireEvent. The first line in my application launch method is: gsApp = this.

    It would be nice if there was a built-in way to quickly get to the fireEvent method.
    Or is there a better way to listen to HTML / SVG / (non sencha controls) events from within your controller?

  2. There is a report for us to add the Ext.application instance to the namespace created from the name config.

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    There is a report for us to add the Ext.application instance to the namespace created from the name config.
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