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    Hi,

    I've got a problem where store "beforeload" event is fired before the store is attached to a List view and thus loading mask is not displayed at all.

    In Ext.Application#launch method I'm calling store.load(). My main view (tab.Panel) that is displayed when app is loaded has a List view. Because I'm using the same List view in a few places, but with different data, the store of the List view is assigned in List view "initialize" event handler.

    This causes store "beforeload" event to be fired before the store is assigned to the view and thus loading mask is not displayed.

    Is there some way to fix it?

  2. You can check if the store is loading (store.isLoading()) in initialize and if it is then mask the list

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    You can check if the store is loading (store.isLoading()) in initialize and if it is then mask the list
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    Thanks!

    I added this check when "painted" event is triggered and and just call dataview.onBeforeLoad() if it's true. Default dataview.onBeforeLoad handler checks if the view is painted, that's why I listen to "painted" event.

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