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    Default Unanswered: Close overlay on orientation change

    Hello, In my application I have opened a overlay on click of a button.

    I have one cancel button on the toolbar docked top on overlay. On click of that button, overlay gets closed.

    Now, I want overlay to be closed automatically on change of orientation, but I am getting error in sencha-touch.js.

    Code used for the same is:

    new Ext.Panel({
    fullscreen: true,
    layout: 'fit',
    items:Channelgrid,
    style : 'z-index: 1000',
    monitorOrientation: true,
    onOrientationChange: function(){
    if(PopUpFlag)
    {
    overlay.hide();
    }
    },
    ....................

    I cannot understand the problem.

    Is there any way I can achieve this or I can disable orientation change if overlay is opened??

    Any help is appreciated.

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    What error are you getting?
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    f.dom 'undefined' is not an object.

    To resolve the same, I have added a condition in sencha-touch.js for f.dom.

    for e.g:

    if(f.dom)
    {
    // original code
    }

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    That's not really helpful... you need to use sencha-touch-debug.js for development and then in production switch to sencha-touch.js.
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