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  1. Hello @opendat2000!

    Interesting, by the documentation on string filter, there's some inconsistencies.

    First, there's no event at all bound to the component. But then, in the documentation entry...
  2. Hello!

    The issue has been updated, more details in the github issue. In summary, this event is no longer actual on recent Ext.NET versions, the correct way to catch the event is with store's...
  3. Hello @opendat2000!

    Glad it helped, thanks for the feedback!
  4. Hello @jirihost

    This topic has been explored here in the forums some times now, so instead of just repeating it all here, I'll point you to some relevant threads:

    - Modifying Neptune Theme
    -...
  5. Hello @Opendat2000!

    I get you already can save as you need if going by the standalone button with menu, right? So let's just focus on making the menu show by the tool button click on the panel...
  6. Hello @opendat2000!

    Your test case has 300+ lines... I'm just wondering, all you need is a panel tools' button with a menu? Maybe this could be represented in a simpler way, right? It does not...
  7. Hello @anh34!

    Then at the same time you fill the department name column on change (the Edit.Handler code, line 112 on your view code), also inject the record into the combo's store.

    It would...
  8. Hello @Z!

    You stated you wanted to do that in javascript, so I understood you wanted it client side and, client-side, the method is called setUi().

    By convention, all lowerCamelCased methods...
  9. Hello @Z!

    You can use the Ext.Component.setUi() method.

    Hope this helps!
  10. Hello @anh34!

    In your lines 35-39 lines (controller code), add the whole list of departments, not just the used ones. Else the combo boxes' stores will not have all department entries in the...
  11. Hello again!

    The issue has just been fixed and will be available next Ext.NET public release.

    The fix is immediately available for premium subscription users who build Ext.NET from sources to...
  12. Hello again, @Fahd!

    We have just fixed this issue within our Ext.NET sources. The fix is immediately available for premium subscription users through Ext.NET sources from github, and will be...
  13. Hello @jirihost!

    Alright, glad you could address the issue you were having, thank you very much for the feedback!
  14. Hello again!

    We've fixed the issue in Ext.NET, so that you can use the CellModel with this grid setup. The fix is slated to be out public on Ext.NET 4.6.0 release, and already available to premium...
  15. Hello!

    The issue has been fixed in Ext.NET sources. It will be publicly available on next Ext.NET release, which at the time of the writing of this response was supposed to be 4.6.0.

    Thanks...
  16. Hello @Z!

    The problem has been fixed. You can see a working version of the example in the WebForms Examples explorer and the MVC version is slated be released with Ext.NET 4.6.0.

    The fix was...
  17. Hello @jirihost!

    In the example you provided I don't see it saving state so, every time I reload the page its setup is not retained at all. So there's nothing actually to save.

    Sate...
  18. Hello @Z!

    Glad you could quickly find an approach that would work for you. And also thank you very much for making available the approach that worked for you in this matter! This is very kind of...
  19. Sencha have been claiming this issue as fixed for some time now, and the reported issue is not necessarily the issue reported by @ping, but a side issue.

    So, assuming Sencha is right and closing...
  20. Hello @ampathdev!

    Thanks for the heads up, we really missed this straightforward bug report... Sorry @unicorn64 for overlooking your report!

    We've logged it under #1588 and will post an update...
  21. Hello @Z!

    Thanks for the feedback, glad it helped!
  22. Hello again @Z!

    Just a follow-up that I realized as soon as posting the answer above, maybe all that you need to bind your document ready (or grid panel render) event is to expand the root node,...
  23. Hello @Z,

    The example you pointed does not fit the scenario you asked us to try to reproduce. It does not run the load operation at load-time at all. It only loads sub nodes as they are expanded,...
  24. Hello!

    I'm afraid this is rather a browser limitation, not Ext.NET's. You can see discussions and some suggestions here. There may be specific solutions using 3rd party ASP.NET libraries (or maybe...
  25. Hello anh34!

    Glad you could figure out the issue! Sometimes just by writing the test case, by simplifying the whole scenario, we end up finding the issue much easier than trying to debug the whole...
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