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    Default ListViews index == Store index?

    ListViews index == Store index?


    Hi!

    Is the ListViews index equal to the stores index?
    So can I do that store.getAt(listViewIndex) ?
    I couldn't find something on that in the api docs...

    thx
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    Correct. The same is true for the GridView rowIndex.

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