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    Exclamation Ext.Function.createBuffered() ignores the caller's arguments

    Ext.Function.createBuffered() ignores the caller's arguments


    A function created with Ext.Function.createBuffered() does not receive the arguments set by the caller.

    Code:
    var f = Ext.Function.createBuffered(function () {
            console.dir(arguments);
        }, 50, window, ["foo"]);
    
    f(1, 2, 3); // outputs ["foo"] as expected
    But:

    Code:
    var f = Ext.Function.createBuffered(function () {
            console.dir(arguments);
        }, 50);
    
    f(1, 2, 3); // outputs [0] when it should be [1, 2, 3]

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    It seems the same applies to Ext.Function.createDelayed().

    Is there a hotfix available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by n3rd View Post
    It seems the same applies to Ext.Function.createDelayed().

    Is there a hotfix available?
    If you need a fix right away, you can open a ticket at the support portal and you must have the Premium support subscription
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