groups and background

Dar Scott dsc at swcp.com
Sat Dec 28 17:34:01 EST 2002


On Saturday, December 28, 2002, at 03:07 PM, Geoff Canyon wrote:

> This is exactly correct. I agree that it might be a bit confusing, but 
> I think the rationale is this: a background is a group that can be 
> placed onto a card. A nested group cannot be placed onto a card, except 
> if its owner is placed onto the card (which will include any nested 
> groups). A group that is enclosed in another cannot be used as a 
> background, and therefore is not a background.

I understand that rational.  That helps a lot.

I don't like the name, but I understand.

Dar Scott




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