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    Default How to Set MessageBox Button Text

    I'm using Indonesian locale and I have defined this code:
    Code:
    if (Ext.window.MessageBox) {
    Ext.window.MessageBox.buttonText = {
                ok : 'OK',
                cancel : 'Batal',
                yes : 'Ya',
                no : 'Tidak'
            };
    }
    But when I call Ext.Msg.confirm(), the dialog still displays buttons with english text.

    Is it a bug??

    Thank you.

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    It is not a bug. The issue is once Ext.window.MessageBox is defined (via Ext.define) an instance is created. So when your override is trying to change the text, the buttons are already created so you will need to also change the button text on Ext.MessageBox (the instance).
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    It is not a bug. The issue is once Ext.window.MessageBox is defined (via Ext.define) an instance is created. So when your override is trying to change the text, the buttons are already created so you will need to also change the button text on Ext.MessageBox (the instance).
    Thank you Mitchell. I've added this code. But the displayed text is still in english.
    Code:
    if (Ext.MessageBox) {
    		Ext.MessageBox.buttonText = {
    			ok : 'OK',
    			cancel : 'Batal',
    			yes : 'Ya',
    			no : 'Tidak'
    		};
    	}

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    I understand but the buttons are already created so you have to change the text of the actual buttons.
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