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Thread: 4.x project: missing "tpl" property for ComboBox

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    Sencha Premium User lorezyra's Avatar
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    Default 4.x project: missing "tpl" property for ComboBox

    Designer version tested:

    Designer 1.2.2 rev 48

    Operating System:

    • WinXP Pro
    • Win7 Ultimate 64-bit


    Ext JS 4.x


    I'm migrating my app from EXTjs3 to EXTjs4 by rebuilding the entire app in Designer.
    I use a lot of comboboxes with Xtemplates. However, the "tpl" property is not available for a combobox!

    Steps to reproduce the problem:

    • create new 4.x project
    • create a simple ArrayStore
    • add 1 integer field with the name "cnt"
    • set the data = "[{"cnt":1},{"cnt":2},{"cnt":3},{"cnt":4},{"cnt":5},{"cnt":6},{"cnt":7},{"cnt":8},{"cnt":9},{"cnt":10}]"
    • Create a window with a basic container
    • add a form panel
    • add a combobox
    • In the component config panel: filter for "tpl"

    The result that was expected:

    should be able to config the "tpl" property.

    The result that occurs instead:

    "tpl" property is NOT available

    Screenshot(s) or Video:

    XDS 1.2.2-27 BUG - no tpl on ComboBox2.jpg

    Debugging already done:


    Possible fix:

    not provided
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    Sencha User Phil.Strong's Avatar
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    1st, great post thanks for the detail
    2nd, SenchaCon made us take this long :p
    3rd, looking into this now
    Phil Strong

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    Sencha User Phil.Strong's Avatar
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    I'm looking at this now after a long while. I'm thinking the correct solution here is to use a bound list as a child of the combobox. This gives you the ability to edit the tpl
    Phil Strong

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