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Probably the thing to do is create another extension that listens for the same hook and give it a sufficiently high priority such that it fires last (or perhaps immediately following the instance of the hook you are interested in if the hook is likely to be called multiple times). Within your new extension you can then retrieve the data from the previous use ...


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There were certainly several extension hook changes with the arrival of EE3, possibly with EE4 too, so you may well need to update the naming of the hooks in your addon. You can find a complete list of the hooks available in EE 4 in the documentation. HTH


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