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Thread: Sencha Touch 1.1 Checkbox field rendering issue in Adobe AIR

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    Default Sencha Touch 1.1 Checkbox field rendering issue in Adobe AIR

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    why it is rendering like this? It should either show a box or tick mark and not both. Can anyone tell me how we can fix this display issue? Infact when i select the box, it selects the tick mark and i don't see the selected state on the box. I can select the tick mark and it work perfect. So I think the box should be hidden? Is this require a CSS fix? Not sure if this behavior is there in 2.x

    Please someone reply to this ASAP.

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    We don't support Adobe Air. Actually, I'm surprised it works but I haven't tried using Air so I'm not sure.

    Why are you using Air? For desktop native apps?
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    I actually used adobe flash builder for building a native mobile app and it connects with an ASP.NET server where some pages use Sencha touch. Adobe flash builder has given some good tools and the same code can also be compiled to generate a native desktop app based on Adobe AIR. Same code base and it is compiled to mobile as well as to an Adobe AIR desktop. All this is working well except that some layout and checkbox field rendering issues on Adobe AIR.

    Please consider supporting Adobe AIR as this is one of the workflows that is a possibility.

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