How to monkey patch a setter?

I have a property in my script and I want to add additional code to the setter.

I’m trying to extend the setter by replacing it with a new one and then call the original, but I’m a bit lost.

here is where I arrived so far:

var Text = pc.createScript('text');

Text.attributes.add('text', {
    type: 'string', 
    default: '', 
    title: 'Text'

// initialize code called once per entity
Text.prototype.initialize = function() {
    this.entity.element.text = this.text;
    var self = this;
    var textPropr = Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(this.__proto__, 'text');

    Object.defineProperties(this.__proto__, 'text', { // <=== Exception here
        get: function() { return; },
        set: function(value) {
            // update the text of the element
            self.entity.element.text = value;

            // force the children of the text element to be resized
            self.entity.translateLocal(0, 0, 0);

            // call original setter
  , value);

Text.prototype.postInitialize = function() {
    this.entity.element.text = this.text;

The exception I have is:

TypeError: Property description must be an object: t
at Function.defineProperties ()
at script.Text.initialize (Text.js?id=11035052:15)

Ooops I mistyped Object.defineProperty

:disappointed_relieved: I can’t redefine the property because by default is not configurable…

Yeah properties are not configurable by default so you can’t do it in this case…