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    Question Answered: getData of a store returns link to array instead of new array

    This is my code

    me.store.filter('missionId', i);
    var missionSteps = me.store.getData();
    me.store.clearFilter();

    what I expected is that missionSteps would differ from what I have now (7 elements vs 16 elements)

    what is more interesting

    var missionSteps = Ext.clone(me.store.getData())

    NOT fixing the problem and even Ext.Array.clone NOT fixing it

    Lodash _.clone() on other hand doint what I wanted just fine...

  2. getData() returns the collection instance. Use getRange() to get an array of records.

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    getData() returns the collection instance. Use getRange() to get an array of records.
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    Thanks!
    Also it there a way in profile to see pending topics? Because when that message appeared that was saying "waiting moderator approval" I was unable to read it (and then it was just gone) and was just wandering where my topic went and why I don't see it (that's why I created duplicate topic from other account)

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