Looks like we can't reproduce the issue or there's a problem in the test case provided.
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    Post Component Config - Add custom property issues

    Component Config - Add custom property issues


    In certain instances you may need to add custom properties, either when the property is missing, or perhaps for your own usage.
    This works fine for a basic 'string' type property, but what if you want to add other types of properties, such as:
    Array,
    as in [ 'val1', 'val2' ]
    function reference,
    as in this.onSomeFunction
    inline function (closure),
    as in function() { return 'hello'; }
    Integer values
    as in 44 - (although a string might work for this it is not clean)
    Boolean

    In all the above cases, the value generated is wrapped in quotes. There should be some method to add the type of properties.

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    The designer will detect what type of property you add and it defaults to string.

    If you type "myCustomProperty" and click add it will add a custom property with type of string.

    If you type "myCustomArray: ['val1', 'val2']" and click add it will add a custom property with type of array.

    Etc
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    Marking this bug thread as closed. If there anything you notice that doesn't work as I stated above, please let us know.
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    Perhaps we need a way to click add (with nothing in the filter) that pops up a nice dialog to choose type and enter name and value?
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