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    Default Which ext elem is this?

    Hi,

    When I open the ext api documentation, I see something like this on the right corner of the page -

    "Some Parent elem
    |
    |
    |___ Some child elem
    |
    |
    |____ Some child of child"


    Is this element provided by ext. If yes, could some one please tell me the name of the element?

    Thanks
    Last edited by mecfou1; 17 Jan 2011 at 7:04 AM. Reason: the tree not appearing as i put it

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    Sorry could you elaborate on that, or point to where exactly in the api docs you are looking, as that doesn't really make sense to me.

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    Hi,

    Please hit this link

    http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/ext-2.3.0/docs/

    Then click on Ex -> Tree -> Tree Editor

    On the right corner of your page, you would see a rectangular box with grey background tracing the hierarchy of the component

    Observable--component..editor..tree editor

    is this provided by ext as some element?

    Thank you

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    I can't understand your question. Yes it shows the hierarchy. When you say "element", do you mean how does the API docs render this box? If so, just look at the source with FireFox+FireBug - that'll provide you with the CSS used.

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    No, that's just plain rendered HTML.

    And you are not looking for a TreePanel (as you see on the left of the API docs)?

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    Hi,

    Yes, a tree panel is exactly what am looking for.

    Thank You!

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    Sorry, I dont know if i am looking for a tree panel. I'm not sure how a tree panel looks. I am looking to show a component somewhat similar to the one in the ext api docs.

    Basically, I have an app that has multiple screens. As the user navigates from one screen to another, I want to trace his movement on a component like the one mentioned the ext api docs.

    Sorry for the confusion

    Thanks

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    So you are looking for a breadcrum trail component. I don't think one exists, because it's too dependent on how you write your application.

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