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    Default Ext.util.DelayedTask() removed in PR4?

    Ext.util.DelayedTask() removed in PR4?


    My code blows up and don't see it in the API

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    You can use Ext.Function.createDelayed
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    Interesting. So is there any way to cancel or reset the timer?

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    DelayedTask should indeed be part of Sencha Touch. There was some confusion around the related TaskManager class which has never been a part of Sencha Touch...

    This will be corrected for the next release.

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