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    Default Unanswered: Loading indicator for any long runninng jobs

    Unanswered: Loading indicator for any long runninng jobs


    Hi,

    in my application I get long data from server or I display google maps in some views. Getting the data or showing the map takes sometime several seconds. I want to show user a "loading..." mask and block any other input from him.

    Question: How can I show and hide a "loading..." mask during any long running action?

    This is a standart problem on apps and I think there exist a solution pattern.

    thanks a lot for any hint

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    All Ext.Containers and subclasses have a setMasked method.
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