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    Default Answered: enabling VerticalSwipe without Ext.Setup

    Hello all,

    I would like to use the built-in VerticalSwipe recognizer in my ST2 application, which is disabled by default. Its docs refer me to Ext.setup, which offers an example of enabling both swipe recognizers. However I am using the MVC architecture, so I have no Ext.setup -- only an Ext.application declaration. When I try to invoke Ext.setup in my own code before the Ext.application declaration, the framework complains during application instantiation that "Ext.setup has already been called before," which of course makes sense, because I just called it myself.

    How do I change the set of gesture recognizers without using Ext.setup, or alternatively, how to I cause Ext.setup to bootstrap my MVC application?

    Thanks in advance,
    Garrett

  2. Have you tried using the eventPublishers in Ext.application?

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    Have you tried using the eventPublishers in Ext.application?
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    Default yep!

    That worked! Thanks very much.

    Side question: how would I have helped myself to this answer. Did I overlook some documentation?

    Best regards,
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    Docs always need more. I personally know that the configs for Ext.setup usually work in Ext.application.
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