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    Ext.fx.animation.Slide is documented as a private class. Seems like that would be a public class. Any chance this is just a documentation error?

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    All of the Ext.fx classes are marked private.
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    Any chance those could be promoted to public classes? It seems like a suite of classes that would be used quite a bit in the animation config in apps. My concern is always that private classes/methods/etc could be changed/nixed in future versions, but other public classes/methods in the framework today point you to use the configs from these private classes (showAnimation, hideAnimation, and so forth).

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