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Missing supported events from Ext.Net.Widget #1608

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fabriciomurta opened this Issue Aug 10, 2018 · 1 comment

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fabriciomurta commented Aug 10, 2018

The Listeners and DirectEvents for any component inheriting from Ext.Net.Widget are not getting the focusable events blur, focus, focusenter and focusleave that Ext.Widget client-side implementation does.

As it only inherits events from Ext.mixin.Focusable, it could be possible just to make a superclass with these events and implement them, wiring the class inheritance paths afterwards.

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The component also didn't have the 'before' events for height and width events, that are supported by Ext JS (at least as far as v 6.6.0 is concerned).

It was also missing the Hidden and BeforeHidden events.

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fabriciomurta commented Aug 13, 2018

The component also didn't have the 'before' events for height and width events, that are supported by Ext JS (at least as far as v 6.6.0 is concerned).

It was also missing the Hidden and BeforeHidden events.

@fabriciomurta fabriciomurta changed the title from Ext.Net.Widget does not implement focusable-related events to Missing supported events from Ext.Net.Widget Aug 13, 2018

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