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Old August 23rd, 2011, 09:48 AM
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Click on disabled Button is dispatched when the Button is enable again

Hello,

I ve encountered a really strange problem Maybe someone could help me with it :

I've got a flex application, with a Button which is disabled when clicked. If while the request (launched by the button) the (disabled) button is clicked, after the request has been performed and the button is enable again, the click event is perfromed (so the request as well) again. It's like if the click event had been kept until the button is enabled.

Does it ring a bell !?

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