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    And what's with the usecase of monitoring events...

    And what's with the usecase of monitoring events like i did above? Ok, not a application usecase, but useful anyway.
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    Hi renku, thanks for sharing your idea. i...

    Hi renku,

    thanks for sharing your idea.

    i also think that the stack of functions should be saved internal. Animal suggested to return the reference, but then you have to manage all yourself....
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    Hi Animal, i hoped you answer :) Would you like...

    Hi Animal, i hoped you answer :)
    Would you like to share how you save the reference and how you restore?
    Thanks!
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    I'm bit astonished that noone is interested in....

    I'm bit astonished that noone is interested in. Don't you use interceptors, or only create without want to remove? Does noone work with chains?

    As ExtJS event-driven perspective is a really...
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    Hi Animal, yes, this is exact what is needed....

    Hi Animal,

    yes, this is exact what is needed. If we have the reference we can remove it.

    Let's take an example with eventListener. I tried to store the original in a var and tried to remove it...
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    found something in deep of this forum from Jack:...

    found something in deep of this forum from Jack:
    myObj.removeMethodListener('myMethod', Base.process, Base);

    i will build a testcase for that to check it out.
    Again: why are these functions...
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    How to remove an Interceptor or a sequence

    Hi,

    there is functionality to createInterceptor or createSequence which allows great hooks, but how can i remove them? Is there a way to access the chain, i miss that in the api.

    I found...
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