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    Default Unanswered: Card.js - doItemRemove()

    Could someone explain why item.show() is called within doItemRemove for Card.js. I want to refresh a model object whenever a view is shown but can't because this would cause it to refresh when the view is removed.

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       doItemRemove: function(item, index, destroy) {
            this.callParent(arguments);
    
    
            if (!destroy && item.isInnerItem()) {
                item.show();
            }
        },

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    Browsers tend to not clean things up correctly if an item is hidden when destroyed.
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    Default show event triggered

    What happens next is that the show event for the item is fired.....which I think is not the intended behavior as the item is being removed.
    For me, this happens with a view that is autocreated by a navigation view and then navigated away from.
    So it clearly should not be shown.

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