12-11-2012 09:19 PM
I just updated my Dev Alpha and SDK to the Gold release and am now having several issues with my Sencha based app.
1) Icons are displayed as white squares
2) Display is mangled on some forms
Are these known issues (has anyone else noticed this behviour)?
Will there be an update to Sencha and/or the Gold release to correct the issues?
Should I be addressing this here or on the Sencha forums?
12-12-2012 01:33 PM
Yes, apparently an old friend made a comeback. It must be the 3rd or 4th time this bug passes through RIM's QA.
Check if the tracker has the bug listed and if not add it there so that RIM fixes it ASAP and releases a new OS update before the end of the year.
12-13-2012 11:34 PM
I'm using Dev Alpha A. I hope someone from RIM weighs in on this. I logged an issue in Jiva as well. I need to know when/if RIM plans to fix this and if there are any workarounds. I'd really like to get my app wrapped up before the holidays.
12-14-2012 07:26 AM
Passing RIM QA is a diplomatic description ... I am not sure how much QA took place for the "gold" SDKs
I truly hope this gets fixed soon; as well as the issues in the Cascades NDK.
12-14-2012 07:46 AM
AFAIK, it's more of an issue with the OS itself. Apparently hardware acceleration has been turned on and it shows on the Dev Alpha A which used to be sluggish, but either the graphics drivers are **bleep** and they don't care because the final hardware has a different chip or RIM's webkit implementation has some serious issues with hardware accelerated content. Since we're many releases behind compared to what RIM is using internally, someone should be able to tell us if that has been fixed already.
@DigitalMaestro - Thanks for having filled a report
12-17-2012 10:35 AM
Can anyone from RIM please comment on a resolution plan for this issue? I've filed an issue in Jira but have seen no real updates there. Unless I'm doing something wrong then the majority (if not all) Sencha 2.1 developers on Blackberry 10 are basically at an impasse here.
A comment from someone in the know would be greatly appreciated!
12-17-2012 12:25 PM
Yes I looked at teh thread you posted. I am noticing some of the same issues as listed there as well.
I can use web inspector to set source code breakpoints,etc but I have not been using it to inpsect the DOM (don't really need to since Sencha controls most of the DOM manipulation).