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This jQuery event is hooked on the document and is triggered after a filter request response has been processed. This will typically involve a change to the set of products displayed, according to the current filter context.

This event can be useful in post-processing, after a filter request has been attended. For example, some themes that rely on updating the DOM after there were changes.

Example usage:

$( document ).on( 'ixProductFilterRequestProcessed', function( event ) {
    // do your post-processing ...
} );


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