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    This sounds like good news to me. Will reloading the buffered store with a whole new dataset be pretty straightforward in 4.1?

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    Not sure what you mean by that. A Store maps to a URL which references a certain query.

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    I was having some trouble refreshing a buffered store in 4.0.2 and had asked how to go about refreshing it in the following form post:
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?143706-4.0.2a-Trouble-refreshing-a-buffered-store

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    I'd have to try it. Off the cuff, I'd say that in 4.1.0RC1 you'd do

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    That sounds great. I'll certainly be checking it out when the RC series launches.

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    Check out the new thread on grids and their API. In short, the guaranteeRange API will work in 4.1 RC1 though (to maintain compatibility with its current meaning), it is not recommended.

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...rolling-in-4.1
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