Hi,

> but an error is generated

**WHAT** error?!!  "An error" is almost never useful information.

> I have tryed on
>
> el.fire.delay(.1, 'event1:fired', data);

Is .1 a valid JavaScript number?  I'd be surprised.  Try 0.1.  Mind
you, a 10th of a second is a long time, so perhaps 0.01, which is what
defer() uses.  Or just use defer.

> el.fire.delay(.1, 'event1:fired', data);

How is the fire function going to know what element to work with?
Remember that functions are functions, not methods.[1][2]  Perhaps:

> el.fire.bind(el).defer('event1:fired', data);

[1] http://blog.niftysnippets.org/2008/04/you-must-remember-this.html
[2] http://www.alistapart.com/articles/getoutbindingsituations
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T.J. Crowder
tj / crowder software / com

On Oct 12, 12:02 pm, buda <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I need to call
>
> var data = {.....};
> el.fire('event1:fired', data);
>
> with delay
>
> I have tryed on
>
> el.fire.delay(.1, 'event1:fired', data);
>
> but an error is generated
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