scott at tactilemedia.com
Sun Feb 14 18:56:43 EST 2010
Recently, Josh Mellicker wrote:
> On Feb 13, 2010, at 1:21 PM, Scott Rossi wrote:
>> The reason for all the jumping through hoops here is password protection: I
>> need to be able to dynamically add and remove groups from the main stack,
>> and this can't happen if the stack is password protected.
> Doesn't setting the passkey of the stack allow you to add, delete, copy
> groups, etc.?
One of the main benefits of behaviors, from the docs:
"The button containing the behavior script can be located anywhere. In
particular this allows for it be located in a password protected stack,
allowing you to protect the script without need to protect the controls
It would seem using behaviors is more secure than temporarily removing
security from a stack.
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