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    Hi,

    is it possible to exclude things from themes? We use ExtJS 4.2 and Sencha Touch 2.2. Our ExtJS Theme extends ext-theme-neptune.

    For example, we do not use the datepicker or the accordion etc. Is it possible to remove such things from the resulting css?

    Thx farion

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    One of the reasons why we moved to packages is for the inheritance. If you aren't using it in your app then it shouldn't include it in the theme.
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    I investigated a little bit. It seams, that sencha cmd generates two css files:

    build/MyApp/production/resources/MyApp-all.css
    build/MyApp/production/resources/MyApp-example.css

    The all-css contains no datepicker. But the example-css does. The example file is more than twice as large as the all file, so I guess, that it contains everything. Also build/MyApp/production/resources/images contains the image files for the datepicker. I guess, because they are needed by the example-css.

    In the html file only the all-css is included. So I guess, that the reason is the example-css. Why is it there? How can I avoid its creation?

    Thanks farion

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    One of the reasons why we moved to packages is for the inheritance. If you aren't using it in your app then it shouldn't include it in the theme.
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...=1#post1089461

    I just want to see the neutral theme. I know I won't be using a datepicker.

    It would be easier to exclude it than work my way through one compile per missing variable

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