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    Re: Removing object 'lag'

    No, it did not work in MMF1.5. In MMF2.0 I added a special loop after the call to the events to update the position of the objects with the flag rcChanged at 1. This is why it works in MMF2.
    If your object does not contain any of the flags, the rCom structure is not "officially" created (you have it in your RUNDATA structure, but it is not used by the runtime), and the changed flag is not tested after the events.
    I could add the BACKGROUND flag to the list of flags necessary for the rcom structure, but this would imply changes in the other objects with the background flag.

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    Re: Removing object 'lag'

    My object doesn't need to have it's rcChanged flag set in order to work. It should just sit back and monitor if one object has moved and then move other objects attached to the given object. I don't see why my object should have any of those flags then.

    Back in MMF1.5 I just used the OEFLAG_BACKGROUND to make sure my object's HandleRunObject function was called before all other objects (since it would be behind all other objects it would be one of the first objects in the object list to be handled by MMF)

    It is in the HandleRunObject function of my extension I change the position and set the rcChanged flag of other objects which I have stored in an internal list.

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