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Here you are, as promised
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BTW: how to gracefully free the list? currently I'm doing as follows:

if MyActionList<>nil then
 try
   With MyActionList.LockList do
    for t:=0 to Count-1 do
     Dispose(Items[t]);
  finally
   MyActionList.UnlockList;
   MyActionList.Free;
  end;

is this OK or not?
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