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Thread: Color Picker in Ext.grid.PropertyGrid (Again!?)

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    Default Color Picker in Ext.grid.PropertyGrid (Again!?)

    I know this isn't widely supported, but it's ok for my usage to require people to use Chrome.. which has a very nice color picker built in.

    I'm trying to add support for some custom types in the property grid, for an in-house application. I would like to use the native <input type="color"/> -- however if I pass this into the property grid, all I get is a non-editable colored box.

    So what I came up with was to suppress the editor part of the color chooser all-together.

    here are a couple problems with using the method - I'll have to dig out the unique ID from the editor component (for example), so I can retrieve the value. Effectively bypassing the native functionality of the ProperyGrid.

    The question is, is there a better way to do this?

    Thank you for your time,
    Jason Andersen

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    You could probably create the customRenderers in the constructor then you can control the id being specified
    Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch

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    Thank you for the suggestion. In the fiddle, I do have a custom renderer, so I can arbitrarily assign the ID.

    Doing it this way bypasses the automatic store updates etc... While I can make it work, I was just hoping there might be a nicer way. I imagine we could probably call this closed.

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