OK, that was not correct, make thatNo reserved name starts with a "t".
No reserved name starts with a "t" except those that start with a "t".
The general rule, which is by no means absolute, is to keep the code as close to the object that uses it as possible. If a button has a unique script not used elsewhere, put the script in the button. If several buttons use the same code, put the handler in the group (if they are grouped) or in the card. If the handler or function is used in objects across several cards, put the handler in the stack script.Subsidiary to that, is it better to keep code in the card or the stack, with the understanding that the whole thing is only ever going to be one card?
Sorry for my dubious sense of humor Bernd, but I remember reading a post by Jacque where someone else pointed that scenario out to her, and I couldn't resist