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    Is there a coverflow plugin for Ext-js 4? I'm in need of one, and I'm not sure where I should
    start if I were to make one myself.

    Any input on where to start, to make one myself, would be appreciated aswell.


    I need something like this:

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    Not that I have seen.
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    I haven't had much luck with the perspective stuff.
    Check out the following in IE, FF, Chrome, and Safari. Supposedly it'll work on Chrome, but didn't on 17 or 18. Works pretty well on Safari.
    http://demo.marcofolio.net/3d_animation_css3/

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    that looks great, but sadly it doesn't work in IE7 which, sadly, is a requirement for my project.

    Thanks anyway!

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    I don't have a need for this but i may take a crack at writing it because it looks like it would be fun...

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    If you did try to take a "crack" at it, where would you start? Would there be a specific ext-js component you would use?

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    This may sound crazy... but without doing any research my first instinct is to say the gridpanel. I would strip the view off of that and try to replace it with this. You get the data management and the paging this way (for the slider at the bottom). I'm not too sure how feasible it is but i think thats where i would start looking.

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    Interesting,.. that might actually be a good place to start.
    The only problem I can think of, would be the animation of transitions between pages.

    I might give this a try this weekend.

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