Is there any way to intercept setProp messages for properties you *don’t* want to set?
I find with my poor typing skills I keep typing Set the <NonexistentProperty> of <something> where NonexistentProperty is a mistype of SomePropertyWhichHasASetPropHandler and so I keep creating lots of superfluous properties for the object. Annoying and sometime painful to clean up. When you are initially creating the object properties this is not a problem but once the structure is set up I'd like to declare “enough”, maybe with a LockProperties command (come to think of it locking changes to existing properties might be useful too, though that can be coded into each SetProp handler) Also, on another topic: my LiveCode windows have suddenly acquired a second title line, which when dragged tends to miniaturise the window and then display it somewhere else or at full screen, and each time a script editor window is opened it is moved higher up the screen until it moves under the menubar and becomes unusable. Looks look a system thing (Mac High Sierra) but I’ve never seen it before and only just changed to LC9.0.1. Any suggestions as to how to stop this major annoyance would be appreciated - or at least configure it if it really is a new LC ”feature". _______________________________________________ use-livecode mailing list email@example.com Please visit this url to subscribe, unsubscribe and manage your subscription preferences: http://lists.runrev.com/mailman/listinfo/use-livecode