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    Default How can I create custom property with custom type

    in Sencha Architect I can only create a string property(custom).

    how can I add a property with bool value or number value?

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    You can define your own custom properties and add them to the Component Config panel. Do this by typing the name of the custom property in the Filter or Quick Value Set field and clicking Add. The new property is displayed in the Custom Properties category in the panel.

    By typing in myConfig and clicking Add you will add a custom property to your class.

    By default, all custom configurations will be added as a string.

    If you know the type of a configuration prior to adding it you can provide hinting to Sencha Architect by delimiting the key and value with a : (similar to how you would in object literal or JSON notation) prior to clicking Add.

    To delete a custom property, right click on the property in the configuration grid and click Delete {propertyName}.
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    examples of what you would type into the config search box before hitting 'Add' button

    Code:
    customArray:[]
    or
    customObject:{}
    or
    customFunction:function(){}
    or 
    customString:''
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    This should go as a top tip. I was previously overriding classes to insert my own values that were not available using the UI in SA.

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    Thanks a ton friend

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