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GTRR Destination Info Bug

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Is anyone else encountering this problem?

I am using the separation model for my solutions.

I have noticed that at least on my laptop running Mac OS X 10.4 that the script step Go To Related Record refuses to display the destination layout if none of the tables reside in the file where the script step is being called. It simply displays: "Unknown"

The script step does work even though the destination layout is not shown. If you edit the script step you can see the correct information. you just cannot print it out.

I have provided a sample solution for others to review to see if they can see the same error that I do. Simply open the GUI file and open the only script listed in the file.

GTRR_Bug.zip

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Yea this problem is really annoying... sometimes it won't even show the right layout at all. It's been a bug since FileMaker 7.

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Isn't this fixed in FMP 9.0?

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No unfortunately not Vaughn. It has been annoying the heck out of me for the longest and it is still not fixed. I wonder why they can not fix this bug. Its not as if its an enhancement or anything. Its just an annoying bug.

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