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    Exclamation The refs property in a Controller is GONE!

    The refs property in a Controller is GONE!


    This just totally broke my whole project.
    refs are no longer defined in a Controller????
    dang!

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    Ok so need details. Do you mean the refs property that was an array and you would type [{'a': 'blah'}]

    We've promoted refs to be a definition now and you can drag/drop 1 or more controller refs onto your controller to create refs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil.Strong View Post
    Ok so need details. Do you mean the refs property that was an array and you would type [{'a': 'blah'}]

    We've promoted refs to be a definition now and you can drag/drop 1 or more controller refs onto your controller to create refs.
    Ok, I swear I posted a reply stating I found that. It would be nice to see a change log when upgrading.

    Here is an idea for refs to help readability.
    Have the "Controler Reference" be an object like a store.
    Add a drop-down to "add fields" or "add references" to the Reference object like a store adds data fields.
    This way all of the References are grouped together and collapsible AND I would not have to drag multiple references over to the Inspector.

    Also, having different icons for the behaviors would help immensely.

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