I noticed something in the Hiearchy Palette that doesn't look right: MySubform[1..2]
The "2" goes away when I uncheck the Max (which was set to 2) in the Binding Tab--however, the  remains--usually indicating it is the 2nd Subform with this name. The real puzzel is that there are no other subforms with this name, but this seems to happen everytime a subform Max is set and subsequently the Max is unchecked.
Is this a bug?
No, I don't believe it is a bug at all. In the new version of Designer (version 10), the hierarchy is providing more information on repeating objects. Basically reflecting the Object > Binding palette information.
I haven't checked yet, but I think it is documented in the new Help.
I appreciate new features--and your response--however,
MySubform appears simply as MySubform until Max is checked for the first time.
Then it appears as MySubform[1..n] // where Max = n
Then then it appears as MySubform after Max is subsequently unchecked.
which normally indicates it is the 2nd subform with the name MySubform in the palette
but--it is the sole subform with the name MySubform in the palette ??
Why, the MySubform ?
I have opened Designer 10 and see the behaviour you are seeing in the hierarchy.
I believe the "feature" is meant to show the limitting instances of the subform, if these are set in the Object > Binding palette. I can't find it in the Help, but I believe that this is how it is intended to work.
If you look in the Object > Binding palette the Name will confirm that the particular instance selected is .
When I saw the feature I liked it, but it does seem a little out if you deselect the Repeat checkbox.
Yes, but setting "Initial Count" to 0 //which clears the Min
does not change the [1..5] to [0..5]
it remains [1..5]
The subform does not have any instances until script is fired--yet [1..5]
Not existing must not be the same as 0 instances
( Exists(MySubform) === MySubform.count ) = false?
(0 === 0) = false?
I haven't tested