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  1. Hello again, @Giacomo!

    We appreciate your interest and efforts on upgrading to Ext.NET 4 and we hope you deem it worth the effort!

    For one thing, that can't be helped, we're talking about a...
  2. Glad it helped, we're here to help! Thanks for the feedback, we really appreciate it!
  3. Hello again, Dan!

    I could notice that the issue was being triggered because the toolbar was not being properly filled up that way. If I just added a ToolbarFill component to the end of the list of...
  4. Hello again, @PascuV!

    The issue is actually a limitation from Ext.NET Mobile that's easily addressable by setting up a viewport to the page.

    Preferably, you should use a ViewPort block and...
  5. Hello @PascuV! Thank you very much for bumping the thread, and sorry for taking so long to reply. We are going to review your inquiry right away and post you a feedback, just wanted to post this...
  6. Hello @NewLink!

    I believe you should tread a little slower on the changes, because your current version of the code throws the exception with setProp during load time and not just when the window...
  7. Hello, that's really odd.

    So you are saying it does not show some of the content. Yet, you don't get any browser warning on console or anything?

    Google Chrome often makes updates that just...
  8. Hello @mayme, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    It looks like your new project has settings/bindings/restrictions that are preventing Ext.NET to work, you should compare it with the working project's...
  9. Hello @Giacomo!

    We've indeed bound a milestone to the issue, but that's not necessarily next release. This issue might be a little too difficult to tackle with for the level of impact it has to...
  10. Hello @NewLink!

    Alright, now it is very clear what's up! Thank you for taking your time to simplify the issue!

    The issue is with the WidthSpec="100%" in your code. It is making the menu entry...
  11. Hello @moldaschl, and welcome to Ext.NET!

    Ext.NET is in a layer independent on the HTTP transport to the website, so there's not much it can do to either cause or mitigate issues with HTTPS/SSL.
    ...
  12. Hello @Giacomo, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    This small 'x' in the tabs you're using to close them is a handle from the TabPanel which goes thru the tab panel's remove() procedure, which...
  13. Hello @MOHAMMEDRAFI!

    Unfortunately, I don't see anything obviously wrong in the code snippet you posted. As far as I understand here, you are implementing the very event handling for images within...
  14. Hello, @NewLink!

    Thanks for trying to simplify the test case, we have tried to run it but it seems, after adding all code, at least the controllers code is missing. Have you tried to reduce this...
  15. Hello, @ilogsdev02!

    Thanks for the report and easily reproducible test case!

    We've logged the issue after #1612 in github and will post an update here as soon as we get the fix merged to the...
  16. Hello @MOHAMMEDRAFI!

    You should isolate the code on that feature that's handling the double click event and review it.

    I believe a good reference on how this should be done in current Ext.NET...
  17. Great! Glad you could find a way that worked best for you. I really didn't try again the visible setting after doing the layout-driven setup, but it makes sense to work, as it is going to keep...
  18. Hello @caleb!

    I was seeing what you seen when I was using the window like you provided: with Visible="false".

    As soon as I switched from Visible="false" to Hidden="true", it properly rendered....
  19. Hello @PascuV!

    Can't tell much without being able to reproduce this in our side. Can you wrap up an example based on how you set up the direct event and page? I don't think we have any example in...
  20. Hello again, @ilbambino!

    We've fixed the examples by making them include the Font Awesome manually and wrapping the CSS class when in a theme not Graphite/Triton, so that the icons are displayed...
  21. Hello @MOHAMMEDRAFI!

    We've just tried your code here and it works great! But, after actually reviewing it, I've noticed that you just did 20 columns; your screenshot fits exactly the 20 columns,...
  22. Hello @MOHAMMEDRAFI!

    We've split your message in a new thread, as the other was already resolving another issue (that we could find from trying to reproduce your scenario).

    We'll take a look on...
  23. Hello @caleb!

    I can't -- and can -- reproduce the issue in my side.

    Please provide the test case in a runnable fashion. Providing parts of it makes it harder to focus on the actual issue.
    ...
  24. Hello @BimeSalamat1, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    The headers are hidden because initially, the sole column in the grid has no text. You can simply add a text to the initial columns and have it...
  25. Hello @MOHAMMEDRAFI!

    You shouldn't have trouble upgrading between the 4.5.1 to 4.7.1 versions, unless you rely heavily in the use of private client-side code/implementations.

    Generally, one...
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