richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 04:29:13 EDT 2020
You are asking for trouble.
Think about something as goofy and as simple as this:
Inside A1, there is a rect called "R1" and also a group called "B1"
inside B1 there is a rect called "R2" . . .
Am I missing something?
On 28.07.20 10:27, Curry Kenworthy via use-livecode wrote:
> > Using unambiguous short names prevents behaviour scripts
> > that references child controls completely
> Sure about that? (Option A)
> > Inside A, there is a rect called "R" and also a group called "B"
> > inside B there is a rect called "R"
> Or put the "direct" R in a subgroup also. (Option B)
> A-B-R vs A-C-R.
> > One Buffalo Bill. And one Biffalo Buff.
> I like that one.
> Best wishes,
> Curry Kenworthy
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