Glamour has a prototype-based design. So, inside the blocks, you will get runtime instances that are different from the ones that have as input. So, container will be a different one.
You get the presentation in the block and that is the right instance. You should be able to do: tree pane update.
> On Sep 25, 2019, at 7:49 PM, Sean P. DeNigris <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Here's a snippet from my builder method:
> views do: [ :d |
> container tree
> act: [ :tree :projects | "change the model." tree update ]
> iconName: #back
> on: $n
> entitled: 'New Project';
> ... ].
> Each tree represents a different view on the same data. When the action is
> performed, they all need to be updated. I tried replacing `tree update` with
> `container update`, but that didn't work.
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