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    Quote Originally Posted by mystix View Post
    download with Firefox. do not download with m$IE.
    That's right. I wonder what happens with IE?
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    The new release is cool.

    Maybe it will be better if the close button will be available all the time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by efattal View Post
    That's right. I wonder what happens with IE?
    it can't handle this forum's gzip compression apparently.

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    hey, that stub message looks familiar

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    Anyone notice all of the orphaned elements in the DOM? Looks like the destruction/garbage collection may need some attention?

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    Yeah, but it's because the default auto destroy behaviour for the plugin is to hide the window:

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    if (this.autoDestroy)
       this.task = new Ext.util.DelayedTask(this.hide, this);
    else
       this.closable = true;
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    Too right. I don't understand that part.

    if you set autoDestroy = true, wouldn't it be appropriate to destroy it, not hide it?

    I'm confused what the intent behind that code is.

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    Should probably replace this.hide with this.close, it's not like you're going to reuse the toast.
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    Hi guys,

    You're right. I don't remember why I choosed Hide... I'll correct that soon. Thanks.
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