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    Default Unanswered: Embedding Youtube videos using a xtype:'video' item

    Hi everyone,

    I would like to embed a Youtube video using xtype:'video'. (so to speak, create a Sencha video item incorporating a youtube video)

    I already get this working with the iframe code provided by Youtube and html:' ...', but sometimes this technique doesn't allow me to properly use my css code for dynamically resizing the video.

    Any Ideas if this is possible ?

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    It seems to me that sencha items (xtype:'image or xtype:'video') automatically resize according to the size of the window... Am I right ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slymore View Post
    It seems to me that sencha items (xtype:'image or xtype:'video') automatically resize according to the size of the window... Am I right ?
    Depends how you setup things. If you set a width/height configs it will always remain that size. If you use a layout like fit or hbox then you can have it adjust on window resize/orientation.
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