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    Default HOW TO: Change renderTo dynamically for Ext.Window?

    Is there a way to programmatically change the renderTo when maximizing an Ext.Window? My windows never exceed the size of the div specified via renderTo. Therefore, I need to pull 'em out of that div, renderTo the body, and programmatically increase the height/width. Then, on minimize, return the window back to the initial div.
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    You could leave renderTo alone and use constrainTo
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    Thanks for the reply, but that leaves me with other problems. For example, is a maximized window not draggable? (Draggable is true, the window was draggable prior to be maximized. Once maximized, no longer draggable).
    It's just one's and zero's, what could go wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben.gillis View Post
    Thanks for the reply, but that leaves me with other problems. For example, is a maximized window not draggable? (Draggable is true, the window was draggable prior to be maximized. Once maximized, no longer draggable).
    I wouldn't expect it to be. It's being maximized to the containing element so therefor it's 100% of the height and width so therefor no space to drag.
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