Ticket #11306 (closed bug: fixed)
calling .disable() or .lock() on a $.Callbacks object breaks its fired() status
|Reported by:||epeleg||Owned by:|
When .fire() has been called on a Callback object, I expect .fired() on this object to return true forever.
however it seems that if I call .disable() or .lock() on the Callback object then .fired starts returning false.