24 Dec 2008 10:53 PM #1
Ext.msg.alert in Chrome
The Ext.Msg.alert in chrome is not showing long sentences properly. Its width does not auto-expand till the default maxWidth, and basically displays a tall message box with a very small horizontal width.
Is ExtJS tested in Chrome?
25 Dec 2008 7:07 AM #2
25 Dec 2008 6:19 PM #3
Oh ok. So chrome is not officially supported yet. Is it coming anytime sooner - I have checked http://extjs.com/products/extjs/roadmap.php and does not see it mentioned.
Also, is there any standard example code (may be built into the framework itself) that checks the browser type and alerts the user with something like "we are not fully compatible with your browser, please use one among the below list - a, b, c, d"?
25 Dec 2008 6:32 PM #4
Chrome is relatively new and Ext will/does support it to some degree.
You can use Ext.isChrome for example.
Aside from that you may want to post any issues you're encountering here:
In general, if you post a complete working test case, smallest code possible to reproduce, you help the dev team verify the issue and advance it. Your current post does not do that. So it's up to you if you want to help yourself....
25 Dec 2008 10:43 PM #5
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