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    Default Apply a bootstrapped theme on an ext js app.

    Hi all,

    Newbie to ext js world, I m trying to layout an existing Ext js app using default theme with a purchased bootstraped template (purchased on themeforest).

    I ve seen that bootstrap is used by default by ext js, at least some js stuff. maybe not css. that would explain the existence of an add on made by newbridge green called bootstrap theme.

    I simply like to know what should i do to be able to override the default layout by a bootstrap template. is this bootstrap theme downloadable directly on Sencha is needed to do so ? does this one needs to be overrided by my purchased bootstrapped template ?

    Many thanks 4 help !!

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    I have not seen this theme and you may get more help from them on how to use it. Themes are changing in Ext JS 4.2.0 when you use Cmd 3.1 as themes are now distributed as packages. If just a CSS then you can add the <link> tag to index.html and should be able to use it from there.
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