@Crosbyman64 No, this would still be a direct reference. Just a non-specific direct reference, that depends on the context/object where it’s used. Just like ‘Original Object’
@t1_hopscotch Not for variables. Just an object reference. So I don’t think it’d be blocked.
Let me try again.
Replacing the reference shown in the example shown in the OP, When (‘any clone’, or whatever you want to call it) is Tapped would cause all of the clones and the original object of the tapped object to run code.
If the rule isn’t used in a custom rule, it would have the exact same behavior as shown. But this new reference would allow the rule to be used within a custom rule and have that behavior apply to any object (set of clones) that it gets added to.
You can do this
and the code will work for any object you add it to, right?
But there’s no generic reference that means the same as this one:
With that code, when any of the squares are tapped, all squares will change color.
But since there’s no unspecified/generic equivalent that means “original object & all clones”, there is currently no way to use that custom rule with other objects and have it work the same