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    Default Ambiguous configuration options from mixing can confuse newbies

    Setting a "mode" property, as documented in the DataView and subclasses is really not very helpful and is against self-documenting code.

    What type of mode is it? Obvious to me that it's selection model mode, but when someone is new to the framework, "mode" is a bit ambiguous and should be changed to something that is much more meaningful.

    I know you guys are working hard to trim space, but please don't do so at the expense of people learning the 2.0 framework.

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    mode is used in Ext JS 4 as well and used as the mode in the selection model in ST1
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