Ticket #9475 (closed bug: fixed)
Extra callback fired when .stop() is called on a different element
|Reported by:||rtempchin@…||Owned by:|
Call .animate() on two different elements one after the other and give the second one a "complete" callback. In the callback function call .stop() on the first element, the one with no callback.
The callback function should only fire once (when the second element's animation completes) but instead it fires twice.
It only occurs when the animations are started in that order and stop() is called inside the callback.
Here's a jsFiddle of my reduced test case: http://jsfiddle.net/rtempchin/FEY3h/4/
Maybe this is related to another .stop() bug I just filed: http://bugs.jquery.com/ticket/9474