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    Hello,
    I want to execute jQuery-Fancybox in an Ext.Window / Popup. Its quite simple with a div which I call with "contentEl", but for me its necessary (because of reading database content) to excute jQuery directly inside the "html" of the Ext.Window.

    How can i do that? Thank you.

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    jQuery isn't needed, you just need to develop the code in Ext JS.
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    Thank you for the hint, but I fear its much too difficult for me to develop the code on my own. Fancybox without jQuery? I must admit I dont understand how this should work. But nevertheless thank you for thinking about my problem.
    Chris

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