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Hi,

I just wrote a piece of AppleScript which moves some rows to a subsection.
I wanted to write minimum stuff, using the move command, but it appears that if I use it, the rows are only deleted, and not copied to where I want.
So, as a workaround, I had to first duplicate them, and then delete them.

Here's an example of what I've done:

Code:
duplicate (every child of theRow whose state is checked) to end of children of oDoneSection
delete (every child of theRow whose state is checked)
Here's what I wanted to write (which should basically do the same):
Code:
move (every child of theRow whose state is checked) to end of children of oDoneSection
Has anyone experienced trouble with the move command??

Thanks,
Bertrand
 
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Thanks Rob,
I don't really understand why applying the move on a reference works better.

It seems like this is helping the internal events sequence of a move not messing with the data.

At least I've learned something new!

Bertrand
 
 


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