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Thread: Where can I find ext-5.1.1

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    Default Answered: Where can I find ext-5.1.1

    I'm having issues with dirty fields still being marked after a successful proxy update.

    A search on the forums shows me that the bug was fixed in 5.1.1, but I'm still having ext 5.1.0.

    Where can I find it? I have a developper account to associate with this extjs account, if it's required.

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    It has been over two months but 5.1.1 is not released yet... hopefully it will be released soon.

    You can try the nightly builds to check if the issues that you are experiencing were fixed.

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    Ironically, I'm having issues finding the said nightly builds. Would you be kind enough to enlighten me on that subject?

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    Just report these issues in the bug section.http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...o-Report-A-Bug

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    Hello, thanks again for your answer. As I said, my bug have already been issued and I think even solved. That's why I would want to find the nightly build and try if it's been solved. I need a premium access for that right? If yes, could you tell me where I can find such builds? I read somewhere there's a SVN of it but I didn't find anything else on the matter.

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