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  1. Hello Dan!

    Thanks for the simple test case and report! It seems this is a reasonably old issue introduced around Ext JS 5.2, when Ext.NET was version 3 still. Unfortunately Sencha is aware of the...
  2. Hello @JCarlosF!

    I have just tried the example you pointed and it seems to be working for me. What specifically does not work for you? What browser and version are using? Anything you click,...
  3. Hello @Ibrohan!

    Unfortunately there's no quick way around that, and several components rely on specific template dimensioning to look right. In fact, there are even some issues with zooming in or...
  4. Hello @vamsi!

    There is, extending the component as said in the last message. We unfortunately don't have any work or sample on this already done for the specific TreeList component and BeforeLoad...
  5. Hello Vamsi!



    To find supported events just check intellisense suggestions while writing the <Listeners> block.

    To look up documentation for supported events and further details, you can...
  6. Hello @vamsi!

    The tree list component always take a root node, it is just as a reference to derive the remaining child nodes. If you want to have a single node displayed in the tree list all you...
  7. Hello @Z!

    Your thought makes sense. New data, new selection. No guarantee what's selected will still be selectable across loads.

    Yet, in the grid panel logic, or rather, selection model logic,...
  8. Hello again Guglielmo!

    I was just looking up this issue and noticed that the ForceFit="true" setting is at least "enhancing" the issue. Once it is not set, you only get noticeable misalignment...
  9. Glad it helped, thank you very much for the feedback!
  10. Hello again, @JCarlosF!

    If you want it to be permantently (statically) read-only, you can just remove the <Editor> block from it. But that's the "obvious answer" that is probably not what you...
  11. Hello again @Z!

    I have just gave this a try to better identify the issue and I noticed the callout was not being displayed behind the window at the first try. It goes behind if I click the button,...
  12. Hello!

    We have just checked this issue and by just giving the callout the AlwaysOnTop="True" in latest Ext.NET (5.2.0, based on Ext JS 7.2.0) is enough to keep the callout, well, always on top.
    ...
  13. Hello @anh34!

    You can place ASchott's code in a <script type="text/javascript"> block in your page.

    The solution provided by him works for him and there's no guarantee it should work for you....
  14. Hello @JCarlosF!

    All you need to do is set the column as Editable="False" or not give it an editor component at all to have it not editable.

    If you want to dynamically enable/disable editing...
  15. Hello @Z! Thanks for the heads up, I was about to link you to the already open issue.

    The z-index management becomes subject to this kind of edge case when you have something "on top" over...
  16. Hello @Peter.Treier!

    I've been running test samples provided here in the forums using a project at .NET Framework 4.7.2 with no issues.

    I just switched it to 4.8, and all seemed right on a...
  17. Hello @aliabdulla, we're looking forward to your feedback on this issue for us to better understand your issue and perhaps be able to offer you a solution for it.

    For now, we have logged the issue...
  18. Hello Guglielmo!

    We are not going to leave this like this. We'll contact Sencha and talk about this windows scaling issue, maybe we can at least get it to work at 125%, or in the least fix the...
  19. Hello Guglielmo!

    We have another thread running in parallel and it turns out also setting Windows' DPI affects the browser zooming. May it be the case you use 125% scaling on your Windows' display...
  20. Hello @Ytterate!

    Flattening the data to as single object with no children, server side, usually makes it much easier to handle the data at client side. But this examples depicts the scenario I...
  21. Hello @Ytterate!

    You can just create a new object with just the fields you need (properties, actually, they are automatically mapped to client-side readable json), or use an anonymous object. We...
  22. Hello @TAYMA,

    What you are talking about seems to be a limitation related to ASP.NET pages life cycle. Code behind cannot always know the exact state of client-side, unless all the relevant state...
  23. I could reproduce this behavior on Google Chrome 85.0.4183.121 updated right now (can't tell about past versions) if I changed zoom to 125%.

    Chances are, then, you are running in a high-dpi...
  24. Can you share the browser versions you're using? Have you perhaps updated MS-Edge to use the new crhome-powered version? This would make it very likely for issues in chrome to repeat in MS-Edge.
  25. Hello @aliabdulla!

    The best way to achieve this is by using the own grid logic to ensure it works the way you need it.

    This is how marking the grid like that works:

    - the initial value is X...
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