selectedObjects

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Thu May 30 12:27:07 EDT 2013


Hi Peter,

Apparently, the selectedObjects are parsed as objects rather than a 
string. The solution is to put parentheses around the selectedObjects. 
This parses it as a string.

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On 5/30/2013 18:20, Peter Haworth wrote:
> I guess it's my week for running into LC oddities, here's the latest.
>
> Open any stack and select 1 or more controls on it.
>
> In the message box:
>
> put the selectedObjects
>
> You'll see the long ids of the controls you selected, one per line.  So far
> so good.  Now in the message box :
>
> put the number of lines in the selectedObjects
>
> You'll get zero no matter how many controls are selected.
>
> I can get round this in a script by putting the selectedObjects into a
> variable, then the number of lines in the variable returns the correct
> result.
>
> Is this a bug or just some strange side effect of how the selectedObjects
> is implemented?
>
> Pete
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