>>It may fix this problem now, but it will certainly raise others later. > >What will it do? > >P.S. I actually changed that right after I sent that message... > >"He who gives up liberty for security ends up with neither." > - Benjamin Franklin Well, if any event occurs (mouseclick, keypressed, etc), your program will jump to your function which handles events. Thus, the function you were in will be interrupted. This can cause all sorts of problems, depending on your code. I guess you could do it, but if you do it "right", you will thank yourself if you decide to update your program later. I've "done it wrong" before, and ran into some huge problems.