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  1. Another, more elegant fix for this problem is the following. Instead of rewriting the caller code, let's now rewrite the callee: LoadMask is the culprit, not AbstractComponent. This should also work...
  2. If you really do not want the lines to break in Chrome, you could try replacing any space characters with " " in the msg variable just before me.loadMask.mask(msg).
  3. Good to see there are other people trying to investigate this :)

    Meanwhile, this works fairly well (on ExtJS 4.0):

    Ext.override(Ext.AbstractComponent, {
    setLoading: function(load,...
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