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Thread: 6.2.1 classic: RadioGroup's change event is fired too early

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    Default 6.2.1 classic: RadioGroup's change event is fired too early

    Actually... not too early, nor too late, but also not in the right time, it seems!..

    Check this fiddle: RadioGroup Change Event.

    When the change event is fired, and I try to get the component's current checked items, I get but two item, while it should (shouldn't it?) allow just one at a time!

    Now just switch the fiddle back to 6.0.2. Voila, it gets just one checked item!..

    It seems it is a conflicting feature with the checkboxes (which radios inherit). That change trigger timing looks perfect for checkboxes cause they don't really have to worry about theirs "neighbors", so I guess some override should take place in Ext.form.RadioGroup.changeEvent(e) not to call updateValueFromDom() so early.

    I tried some alternatives here, but always getting into some kind of deadlock, would take more time to figure out a nice way to best trigger the event.
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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

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