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We will be taking a closer look at this in the coming days, and I will follow up in this topic as more information becomes available.
I just spoke with our Angular engineer and the fix for this will be non-trivial. He gave a ballpark estimate of 3 days of programming time to isolate, test, and deploy a fix to production. This will need to be scheduled for our next development sprint, which begins next Wednesday. With this timeline in mind, you would probably see a fix by May 25th - May 26th.
Please let me know if you have any other issues that need addressing.
Hi. I have been working on trying to fix the issue you have been having with our Angular library. Unfortunately, I am having a hard time reproducing the issue. Could you share your source code that causes the error?
This issue should be fixed and resolved at this time.
Thanks again for the report,
Enjoy your weekend,