Do script-only stacks support "chained" behaviors?

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at
Sat Jan 20 18:52:31 EST 2018

I believe they do, because I think Trevor is doing this with Levure.

On Sat, Jan 20, 2018 at 5:51 PM, Geoff Canyon via use-livecode <
use-livecode at> wrote:

> This page describes "chained"
> behaviors, saying that button 1 can have button 2 as its behavior, and if
> button 2 has button 3 as *its* behavior, then button 1 will have access to
> the handlers in both button 2 and button 3.
> This seems to work in LC 8.1.8, although chained behaviors seem to be
> somewhat brittle -- I'm seeing that sometimes closing and opening a stack
> causes button 1 in the above example to inherit from button 2, but not from
> button 3.
> SO: is there a way to support this for script-only stacks? As far as I
> know, script-only stacks only support defining the name and script of the
> stack, and no properties at all, i.e. no ability to set a behavior for the
> script-only stack. So in the above example, button 3 could be replaced by a
> script-only stack, but button 2 could not (without losing the inheritance
> from button 3).
> Is that correct?
> gc
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