please don't rebind the blocks manually. if the action uses 'SET its for a purpose. furthermore, using 'SET doesn't mean that the value is set within a "global" space. it means so set that word as it is bound already (which may have been bound manually by the user).
if he uses a set-word, then that could be localized, as per current funct and object creation rules.
I don't like the double colon syntax at first glance.
Has there been any progress on determining this TCP/IP bug #9910 ?
I don't think so or at least I don't know about anyone who picket that up so far. But its a critical one so I believe it will be fixed very soon.
I have a couple questions about how to deal with actors and I think an example will illustrate it best.
Trying to modify use click actions on a text-table to affect filtering on another text-table:
My goal is when i click on tt1 that the ID number on that row will set the filtering on tt2 to show only events with that ID #
Question 1: on-focus only deals with the first click on that whole face, so it's the wrong actor. Do i need to modify the actor of an individual row? or am I just using the wrong actor? If I change on-focus to on-click it results in no print statements.
Question 2: I'm unsure how to set the filter for tt2. If I try (stole this code from probing the facet):