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    Default check-tree.html example doesn't work?!

    Hello everybody,

    I have tried to start the check-tree.html and unfortunately recognized it doesn't work.
    The same example at the extJS-Homepage works fine but if you download the latest framework of extJS 3.1.1 and starts the example, the tree doesn't appear.

    Does somebody now what is the problem?

    Best regards
    Azami

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    What does FireFox+FireBug tell you when you try the example? Are you getting an "HTTP 405" error? See: http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-...05&btnG=Google

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    Thank you for your answer. Firefox and Firebug say nothing. Strange, no error message.

    You could also try it yourself. you will see that firebug say nothing. I have also tried this on 2 laptops and got the same problem.

    Other users with the same problem?

    PS: I tried this example local

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    FireFox/FireBug doesn't give me an "error message" but the console tells me that it can't find that page due to error 405 - I don't use JSON so have never configured IIS for the .JSON extension (which that example uses).

    When you say "local" do you mean you are running it without a webserver? If so, see: http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?p=52350

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