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    Is it possible to use the new infinite scrolling list in touch 2.1 in Architect. Downloaded new version of architect that includes the 2.1 stuff but don't see a new list component? Plus the list scrolling went down hill with touch 2.0 to 2.1???

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    Maybe I don't understand how the list is created then in Architect. In the examples in Sencha Docs it uses the Ext.list and in Architect it is Ext.DataView.list. Are these the same thing, an x-list class?

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    There is a concept of alternate class names basically for backwards compatibility so Ext.List is the same as Ext.dataview.List
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    cool thanks

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