27 Feb 2013 11:54 AM #11
Just so that everyone is aware, as of yesterday's announcement by the General Manager of the IE project, IE10 is already available for download to Windows 7 users:
Not exactly sure how long until the auto updates begin, but it could be any time.
28 Feb 2013 10:28 AM #12
This is unacceptable Sencha. You are effectively not supporting IE10 and 3.x.
Just because you say that you support it doesn't make it so.
Just because you say you will support it doesn't make it so.
The solution is that we manually change software we pay you to maintain? Laughable.
Win7 Autodownloads of IE10 happening soon BTW. I guess the SLA means nothing.
28 Feb 2013 10:32 AM #13
You've got to love people who completely ignore everything that has been written, and instead go into auto-rant mode
28 Feb 2013 11:36 AM #14
It's not rant, or auto rant mode, it's frustration. Nobody is ignoring anything. ExtJS was supposed to support all browsers. The upgrade to 4.x was not supposed to be this complex, and it was supposed to work. It didn't, thus 3.x is our only option. Like many others in the field, we support our customers' choice of browser, no matter what.
What am I ignoring? What great piece of knowledge am I missing? I am if anything a fair person. Please enlighten me, enlighten us all.
28 Feb 2013 12:44 PM #15
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We will be supporting IE10 with Ext JS 3. The auto-update changes our plans a little. I cannot give out dates or our internal plans (which are being changed now) but it is getting more priority than before due to the auto-update.Mitchell Simoens @SenchaMitch
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28 Feb 2013 12:48 PM #16
7 Mar 2013 10:48 AM #17
My companies Ext JS app is only supported on IE7/8/9 and since IE10 has come out nothing has been broken cause we make sure the meta tags are set correctly.
Then you don't have to wait for Sencha to finish adding in support and plus IE can be whatever version it wants.
If people would actually read msdn you can easily avoid any issues with a 2 line fix.
The DOCTYPE and the meta tag in the <head> section. Also just be aware end users can override that in the IE browser options. But we usually turn it off for those users who do that until our company can officially support the browser.
10 Mar 2013 11:06 PM #18
If you follow the little addons to ext 3.4.0 here, Ext 3 will run under ie10 in most cases without any more changes to your applicationExtensions:
Ext.ux.menu.StoreMenu - Ajax Store as menu-item config
Extended Window - Aero Shadows, nested grayscaled modal windows
Ext.ux.plugin.triggerfieldTooltip (for Comboboxes, Datefields...)
11 Mar 2013 10:17 AM #19
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Just to let you know I've been working on adding IE 10 support for the 3.x series. So far, things are looking good and we're hoping to get a release out soon.Evan Trimboli
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11 Mar 2013 10:57 PM #20
Fixes for IE10
Please see the other IE10 thead for my working solution: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...l=1#post946251Tocco AG - technology meets spirit