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  1. Hello Bob!

    That is indeed strange; this is a behavior that didn't change from Ext.NET 2 to now. We have to explicitly set a window as hidden for it not to show on page load, as you can see in this...
  2. Hello @mkomiyama!

    This feature is simply broken in Ext.NET 4.1.0. The only way you can have it in 4.1.0 is by implementing client-side code to fix it.

    If you can't upgrade, I don't see how...
  3. Hello, @mkomiyama!

    Yes, avoiding the Ext.grid.Panel.submitData() also works, especially taking advantage of the work DirectEvents does for you in submitting the right data.

    Thanks for sharing...
  4. Hello @muhammadantoniussony!

    The two examples depict situations that are fairly "mutually exclusive". In one hand, you have a tree that loads on demand. In the other hand, you have a refresh...
  5. Hello Dennis!

    You forgot to add the stub/mock implementation for a GetDataNew() that is sufficient to reproduce the issue.

    Looking forward to your follow-up!
  6. Hello @mkomiyama!

    Thanks for the test case, I reproduced the issue. That problem happens because the grid's submitData() method does not support the grid locking feature.

    Bad news is, as...
  7. Maybe, worth trying to create a new project, add Ext.NET, and run your sample? Here it is still the same, it never scrolls back no matter what.

    I tried running it in a 4.x and 5.x project, and in...
  8. Hello @Dennis!

    Please wrap your code around
    blocks (select it and click the # button in the toolbar).

    And try using a store with data instead of items -- especially if you want to change...
  9. Hello @mkomiyama!

    Can you reduce your test case (we don't need all those columns/fields to reproduce the issue do we?) and add mock test data so we can reproduce it at our end?

    The paging...
  10. Hello @mkomiyama!

    There should be something else involved outside of Ext.NET and "stock chrome". If you let your Chrome update to 83.x does the problem persist?

    I tried several times...
  11. Hello Arthur!

    These icons are png resources and they still are in both versions. They shouldn't have broken in normal circumstances. Reasons for it not to show include bad Web.Config settings...
  12. Hello @mkomiyama!

    Please provide a runnable and simplified code sample reproducing the issue so we can take a look.

    As per your description I couldn't find an issue already logged for this, so...
  13. Hello @mkomiyama!

    It does not make much sense you use IsUpload="true" when what you want is a download. Not just that, you are marking the request as an upload and at the same time you try to pass...
  14. Hello Bob!

    Sorry you found yet another issue, for the code you show it looks like the project makes extensive use of client-side custom code, that makes things more prone to break.

    I mean, the...
  15. Hello @John_Writers!

    Unfortunately Ext.NET 3.x has reached end of life and won't be getting further updates. You should upgrade to latest if you want to be able to keep upgrading web browsers and...
  16. Hello @mkomiyama, and welcome to Ext.NET!

    Have you tried adding AllowNull="true" to your ext:ModelField lines?

    Here's a discussion that may interest you (although it is related to charts, it...
  17. Hello @Dennis, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    I see by your second and third screenshot an issue that doesn't look like something related to Ext.NET, but by some kind of mishap with ASP.NET...
  18. Hello, @muhammadantoniussony!

    Glad you could find a solution for the issue you faced, and thanks for sharing it. We really appreciate it!
  19. Hello @muhammadantoniussony, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    I have edited your message to wrap the code block in
    tags.

    I see your code sample is not something I can just copypaste and run on...
  20. Hello Bob!

    Great news! Glad you could find at least a way to get on rails with that issue. Seems our everlasting thread has come to a (temporary?) end!

    Don't hesitate to let us know if there's...
  21. Hello Bob!



    It would make sense to have the event called when creating the first tab. But there's more to it, I'll explain last.

    In the other hand, beforeshow and activate events are being...
  22. Hello again, Bob!

    Sorry for insisting with that and thanks for the feedback!

    Use the App.mainTabPanel.getTabBar().items.each(function(tab) { console.log(tab.card.id); }); command I shared two...
  23. Hello Bob!

    This is just a guess by what you just said in the last post, but I believe you may be "barking at the wrong tree".

    This issue shouldn't be happening in the first place, other...
  24. Hello again, Bob!



    Fiddling with a simple tab panel where I gave it the id mainTabPanel, I could get the list of IDs of the panels (that can be used to select the specific tabs) via:


    ...
  25. Hello @sphere!

    Any news on that?

    If you catch this happening again, check in developer tools, network tab, how responses for the other Ext.NET resources are returned. I believe when that...
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