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    Default Sencha touch 2.0 Calendar Plugin Run Issues in production, package and device

    Hi,
    I have implemented this calendar in my app developed in sencha touch 2.0 and I face a problem.When I run my application source code in a web browser, Calendar works fine. But when I generate the production & package of the app the calendar not work and following issues occur.Moreover these issues also occur when app run in a device:
    1): Cell not select in the month view of calendar.
    2): Next and Previous not work in the month, week and day view of calendar.
    3): This seems to me that on tap events cannot get bind


    Example :


    this.element.on({
    tap: this.onTableHeaderTap,
    scope: this,
    delegate: 'td'
    });


    this.element.on({
    tap: this.onTimeSlotTap,
    scope: this,
    delegate: this.getItemSelector()
    });




    Please help me to get rid of this hurdle.


    I shall be very thank full to you.

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    You may want to reach out to the author of the calendar.
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    Thanks for reply:

    I have solved my problem below is solution of the problem:


    companyCalender = Ext.create('myapp.view.TouchCalendarView',{ viewConfig : { mode : 'month', weekStart : 0, value : new Date() }});Ext.apply(this.initialConfig, config);Ext.apply(this, config);myapp.view.CompanyCalender.superclass.constructor.apply(this, arguments); this.add(companyCalender);

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