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    Default Answered: How to hide LoadMask if Store.getCount() !== 0

    I have a Tab.Panel with 5 tabs. I have a refresh function I call on activeitemchange of the tab panel so that each tab has fresh data. On a given tab, I could have 4 small dataviews/lists, which means I have 4 loading masks.

    What is the best way to hide the load mask of all dataviews/lists if the store has data (albeit, old data), so the update appears to be invisible?

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    Code:
    dataview.setLoadingText(false);
    Then it shouldn't mask the dataview when the store loads.

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    if you do

    Code:
    dataview.setLoadingText(false);
    Then it shouldn't mask the dataview when the store loads.
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