On Fri, Apr 06, 2012 at 05:06:59PM +0600, Mansur Mamkin wrote:
> Great!
> This is exactly what I need,
> thanks again! Currently I tried to use +Set, but missed +Chg.

Yes, '+Set' is similar, but it fires each time a field's value is set,
i.e. the values from the database, or when other fields or internal
mechanisms send a 'set>' message.

'+Chg', on the other hand, detects when a field's values changes, and
fires only then.

- Alex
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