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> 
> It seems to work OK for me on a user-written class on R2013a 64-bit Win7 x64, using the documented '/' syntax. The class in case isn't in a package though, if that matters. 

hmm, ok, well either I'm doing something wrong, or this has been fixed in newer versions. Thanks for the info.