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    Default List Paging Plugin -- Pull to refresh -- from the bottom?

    I was wondering if anybody knew how to make the pulltorefresh plugin load on the bottom of your list instead of the top, so that you get the same pull reload animation just flipped on the bottom instead of the top. Any ideas?

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    What you need to do is override the onListUpdate method and insert it after the last node. The line you need to change is this:

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    this.list.getTargetEl().insertFirst(this.el);
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    Something told me. "Add the code". Then I was like.."No, don't add the code". Let me now add the code (although, it's really cool that you can append them to the start of the list, I'm actually positive I'm going to use this late today, but I was thinking of something a little different). Here's the code.

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    MyLittlePony = new Ext.List({
    plugins: [{
                    ptype: 'pullrefresh'
                    autoPaging: false
                }],
    store: specialPonyStore,
    itemTpl: '<SuperFancy></SuperFancy>'
    });
    Obviously this won't exactly fly in the wild, but if you add this standard sencha plugin 'pullrefresh' to any list and you get an awesome refresh animation (like twitter pull to reload) at the top of your list (hidden at first, but if you drag down from the top, you will see our little "page refresher") It adds the elems to the store, calls the update on the view, **boom** your list is now updated. The only problem is I want this same fancy list pull UI but on the bottom of my list and not the top, and not refresh with new stores on the top, but older stores on the bottom. Any thoughts?

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    Any solutions to this via CSS Mitchell?

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