groups and background

Rob Cozens rcozens at pon.net
Fri Dec 27 12:06:16 EST 2002


>>I believe the distinction is "background" can refer to any group in 
>>a stack, whereas "group" can refer only to groups on the current 
>>card.
>
>Ah.  I have been using "background" to mean a group with background 
>behavior.  Now, now this is twice as confusing.

If I am correct, "put there is a background/group 
[groupName/groupId]" should yield different results depending on 
whether the group is placed on the current card.

I could test this for you, Dar; but it was your question...and 
self-discovery is much more meaningful, don't you think?       :{`)
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Rob Cozens
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Who are a little wise, the best fooles bee."

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