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  1. Hello Dan!



    This setting is specific to Ext.NET and we just didn't want to spread around the bad grammar, possibly avoiding a breaking change in the future, as this from sencha is clearly a...
  2. Hello Dan!

    Your reports are still actual as of Ext.NET 4.8.2.



    There's a bug here. I see the icon feature was "hand-merged" in the TabClose menu and we accidentally removed it while...
  3. Hello @Z!

    Sorting is done in the store level, so there are two issues:

    - If you don't bind a DataIndex to the column, it won't be sortable.
    - When using a template column you may have mixed up...
  4. The example showing this is in my previous post, the link in last paragraph.

    We may have some suggestions in your example, but if you just provide a code snippet there's no telling it would work...
  5. Hello @juan!

    I'm afraid a custom behavior would have to take place there. I believe you'd better take out the header select component (or make one your own) that would support this.

    Maybe a...
  6. Hello @craigthames!

    It is still in early access in Sencha maker of Ext.NET's underlying framework Ext JS; so work in progress. We don't have their deadline, so all we can do is keep in sync with...
  7. Hello @Phongdd10,

    Again, without being able to run the code with a runnable test case, we can't be of much help. But here's my best shot:

    Review your example to perform either like this ajax...
  8. Hello @Vamsi!

    This is kind of ample a question, so I will try to show you the base set up you should use:

    1. Binding the panel selection to the select event in the tree panel
    2. In the event...
  9. Hello @mamirbalouch!

    It would be easier for us to understand your needs if you provided a runnable test case that we could use to reproduce the scenario you're facing.

    But store's save() method...
  10. Hello HansWapenaar!

    We just updated the pricing page to reflect this change and we are preparing a blog post to tell all the story but, in short, individual developer licenses of Ext.NET (in...
  11. Hello @ojuniour!

    I have good news for you, that is, if you are not using the latest, 4.8.1, version of Ext.NET.

    If the above is the case, then just upgrading Ext.NET to the latest version...
  12. Hello @cdeveloper!

    Yes, don't be afraid, just go ahead and try adding the ResponsiveConfig block the same way you see in the TabPanel in the example you pointed. Any container taking a...
  13. Oh, hello Susan! We stand prepared for your inquiries! We are confident you won't get any major headaches with this upgrade. We've been trying to keep Ext.NET backwards compatible between minor...
  14. Oh, I get it now! So that's exactly the problem. We always use latest Ext.NET (currently public release, 4.8.2). And I really remember this issue, it is not new to us -- has been fixed along the road...
  15. Hello @phongdd10!

    I'm sorry we took so long to reply the inquiry you sent but, as you shown, the issue is when you publish the solution to an IIS server, so it's hard for us to tell what's wrong...
  16. Hello again Susan,

    Have you had the chance to see the gifv we used to reproduce the case? What you think we missed in order to reproduce the issue? We're looking forward to being able to properly...
  17. Glad it helped, thanks for the feedback!
  18. ops! What use does have a recorded ani-gif that is not shared?
    Here it is: https://extnet.github.io/Ext.NET/forumIssues/6/26/62673-tab-scrolling-around.gif
  19. Hello Peter Treier!

    It seems at some point, Chrome implemented a new behavior in the return of Document.queryCommandValue() (sorry, no specific documentation from MDN), that keeps quotes in the...
  20. Hello again Susan!

    I'm afraid I was not able to reproduce the behavior you described. I recorded an animated gif doing what (I hope) you described. But with the column still locked, I still don't...
  21. Hello Susan! Sorry for the delay, we are checking your report and will come back to you with an answer in a moment.
  22. Glad it helped, thanks for the feedback!
  23. Hello @cdeveloper!

    I'm afraid the Mobile version of Ext.NET, based on Ext JS 6.0.2 (modern toolkit) has no support for the feature.

    Ext JS 6.0.2 developed since then and introduced its own...
  24. Hello @e1ement, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    I am afraid we don't have any cooked example on the exact task you want, and not that native feature from Ext.NET or its underlying framework (Ext...
  25. Hello @Vamsi!

    I understand your anticipation to get this feature working, but we would need some time to be able to handle it. For the time being, please use the 2d pie. As we said before, we'll...
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