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    Hi all,


    I'm trying to create a extjs 4 theme.


    I have create a folder called "myapp". I have copy the folder "root / resources / themes / stylesheets / ext4 / default /" to a new folder "root / resources / themes / stylesheets / mytheme / default /".
    To change the style of my app, I edit the scss files in this folder.
    Now I want to create new classes like "text-transform" or "text-shadow" because this properties does not exist on the current files.
    For example, I add this line on the file "variables/panel.scss":
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    $panel-header-text-transform: uppercase !default;
    Then, I add the following line on the file "widgets/panel.scss" :
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    $ui-header-text-transform: $panel-header-text-transform,
    But compass doesn't compile this line.


    Can you help me to add a property on my stylesheets ?


    Thank you by advance !

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    Are you editing the scss that comes with Ext JS?
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