29 Aug 2008, 7:53 AM
Also whilst I think about it, are there any plans (or any extensions I've missed) that use a similar approach but utilises the DataView rather than TreePanel?
29 Aug 2008, 10:24 AM
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Originally Posted by smartlit
Hi Paul, today I have implemented the upload progress, a bit different with Saki's though, because I modified the script "Ext.ux.FileUploder" and "Ext.ux.UploadPanel" to upload each file separately, so I can fetch each file progress on the server independently.
Originally Posted by hsurya
Just information for others, I use classic ASP for Saki's filetree-panel back-end. Quite difficult because of the limitation the old ASP inherits. But finally, there it is.
see demo: http://hsurya.brinkster.net/filetree/filetree.asp
4 Sep 2008, 11:32 AM
resolution of your shortKey error
If you want your tree shortkey to work on IE,
You got to add a this.getTreeEl().focus().... maybe after you callback function.
10 Sep 2008, 5:25 AM
10 Sep 2008, 8:46 AM
FileUploader huge memory leaks in IE7
First, thanks for this great widget. It does work well, and is nicely designed.
However, I have found one issue that prevented me from implementing it, although I am still trying to track down the issue.
After using the uploader a bunch of times IE starts to slow down and uses alot of memory.
So I ran Drip memory leak detector against it and sure enough under IE7 lots of dom objects are not being cleaned up. Looks like the objects are related to Uploader Panel.
See attached for a list of just some of the dom objects I ran this against the demo site http://filetree.extjs.eu/ using drip and IE7.
By the way no memory leaks with IE6.
10 Sep 2008, 12:00 PM
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