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This was tested and worked great with Server 13.0v4 and Pro 13.0v4.   Your saying that this no longer works?   I find that strange.  Script Parameters never live outside the context of the immediate receiving script.  That why they have to be manually re-passed (aka forwarded)...or loaded into a variable.

 

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I am afraid you misunderstood me. I said that one of the techniques in my file (from 2006) which I referenced above, stopped working in version 11.

 

 

Script Parameters never live outside the context of the immediate receiving script.

 

Well, that wasn't exactly true in version 10 and earlier. For example, you could set up a button to show a custom dialog = Get ( ScriptParameter ), and it would show the parameter passed to the currently paused script.

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