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i think you can set it back to "" or null which will do a reset and then set it to what you want. was messing around with that recently
look at currentState property if this does not jump u there:
Yeah, that sounds like a solution, but, here we are capturing the state change event and doing some business logic which is one time thing, but, if the state is changing mutliple times, then this is getting called twice in the application which we do not want.
If I have to hardcode the state names to check between the old state and the new state then it is not the solution as we are trying to generalized this senario acroos the board(i.e., a lot of states to deal with) , so, Id like to force the state change even though the same state is applied to the current state.
can you provide a sentence or two about the overrides or the screen so i can try to recreate it or might helps others to understand thx
some how I could get a work around for my problem completely unrelated to this post, but your suggestion helped me a lot. thx