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    Wink Answered: How to capture label tap event on checkbox fields?

    In sencha touch v1 you could do this:

    PHP Code:
        listeners
       {
          
    labelEl:{  
             
    tap:function () { 
                  var 
    obj Ext.getCmp('recall-0-1');                                                           
                  if (
    obj.isChecked()) {   obj.uncheck();  } 
                  else { 
    obj.check(); }
             }
          }
        } 
    This doesn't work in Touch 2 - so there must be a new way of capturing the label tap event.
    Any clues much appreciated?

    regards

    Tom

  2. you will have to do it after the component's element has been created and then do

    Code:
    cmp.label.on('tap', function() {}, cmp);

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    you will have to do it after the component's element has been created and then do

    Code:
    cmp.label.on('tap', function() {}, cmp);
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    You *will* however be able to do this in the 2.0 final, as it is a regression.

    For now though, if you want to target the label element, you can use code similar to Mitchell's:

    Code:
    component.label.on('tap', function() {
        console.log('tap');
    });
    And as Mitchell said, it will need to be initialized first.
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    Wink Thanks

    Cheers guys - works like a charm!

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    Hi! In Sencha Touch?

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