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  1. Hello P.K.!

    Please use this:



    combo1.SelectedItems.Add(new Ext.Net.ListItem("NULL"));


    Although it may look much longer, it is a more appropriate way on setting the selected item in...
  2. Hello @shimith!

    I honestly don't mean to be rude, but I will be short here for the sake of clarity.

    Zooming in Ext JS, the underlying framework on top of Ext.NET, is not supported.

    A quick...
  3. Hello @NewLink!

    I agree with you, it is not really intuitive and I also had to spend some time and dig thru the docs to understand why it didn't just accept any setting. Unfortunately that's a...
  4. Hello @orpheus!

    Use .Content() instead of .Items() and watch out for layout issues -- the components' layout may be compromised once you use arbitrary HTML within a component/container, just...
  5. Hello @dilyu, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    Thanks for reporting the issue! Unfortunately your code sample misses what it takes to be run at once, so I can't be 100% sure I'm reproducing your...
  6. Hello Dan!

    Thanks for providing the test case! It run fine, and I believe your inquiry is about the effects you set on the tooltips not applying thru when they are displayed.

    According to Ext...
  7. Hello @Z!

    Glad it helped, thanks for the feedback!
  8. Hello @vamsi!

    Aren't you getting javascript errors on run (client-side errors)?

    Without the actual context of your code I can't say what's wrong, we'd need a simplified test case. At first, I...
  9. Hello @Z!

    Just use the click event instead of select. The selection will fire only once, no matter what, and it makes sense because the selection only changes well, when it changes. Clicking a...
  10. Hello again, @shimith!

    I can't reproduce the form field being completely removed with your code:

    http://extnet.github.io/Ext.NET/forumIssues/6/25/62597-zoom.gif

    Please keep in mind browser...
  11. Hello @bogdan!

    Please open new threads for new questions; although this one regards to "binding" it does not involve "double" and involves a new aspect as the event, and when you want it to...
  12. Hello @ojunior!

    Okay, it seems I tested it on 200x200 because the glyph font's size was affecting the centralization of the figure. If I reduce it to 100x100, I get it a little off.

    Best way I...
  13. Hello @ojunior!

    It's been some days since we replied your inquiry here, yet, no feedback from you. Did the answer above help you at all? Do you still need help with this issue?

    We may mark this...
  14. Hello again, Guy!

    It's been some days since we last replied here, and still no feedback from you. Did the answer above help at all? Do you still need help with this issue? We're looking forward to...
  15. Hello again, @InHousePrint!

    It's been a while since we replied you here, and still no feedback from you. Do you still need help on this issue?

    We may mark this thread as closed if still no...
  16. Hello @Z!

    It's been some days since we replied you here and still no feedback from you. Did the answer above help you at all? Do you need further help with this issue?

    We're looking forward to...
  17. Hello again, @InHousePrint!

    It's been a while since we last posted a follow-up for you, asking for further information in order to be able to assist you in the issue reported.

    Have you by any...
  18. Hello @Z!

    You'd have to handle the keydown and keyup events. Keydown will maintain the key pressed state, and keyup will update the state as released. Well, this is at least one of the possible...
  19. Hello again, @Z!

    Glad it helped, thank you very much for your kind feedback!
  20. Hello @shimith, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    Your code sample is way too long for us to even take a look on it, we would rather have a simplified test case before we could review it. Please take...
  21. Hello again, @Bogdan!

    I can't see how the container could affect this behavior, except if you have some additional code behind or client-side custom javascript in the page that could mangle it in...
  22. Hello @Juan, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!

    We've edited your post to wrap the code in
    tags and reviewed the code block indentation for better reading. We kindly ask you to do so once you want...
  23. Hello @Bogdan!

    I am afraid I cannot help you with the information you provided. Perhaps if you can make a runnable test case we could see the issue on our side, we could help with clarifying...
  24. Hello @Bogdan!

    I cannot reproduce this. I only get f1 logged when I modify the value in the number field, and only get f2 logged when I type (or erase) something in the text field.

    There is...
  25. Hello @astovall!

    Thanks for your feedback. I can point you some directions on being able to identify yourself what's missing in general when you encounter a problem developing with Ext.NET.

    -...
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