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While using FM Pro (19), accessing hosted databases, my interactive container fields automatically download their content.   This happens on Pro, but not on Webdirect.

Has anyone else experienced this?  I first thought there was a layout trigger firing something, but the problem seems to occur on any layout, regardless of active triggers.

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