I'm fairly new to the world of reactors and could do with a little guidance. I have a deepclone reactor set to carry out an action whenever a block is copied within a drawing but I have discovered that this same reactor is being triggered when I insert a block too and this is not what I want. I haven't found too much info about deeplcone reactors but I was given to believe they were not triggered by the insert process but it looks like I may have been fed a wrong 'un there. As the deepclone reactor does not pass a callback I can't filter for the action that triggered it so is there any other way I can stop the reactor being triggered by the insert? I need to stick with the deepclone method because using a command reactor doesn't work when using multiple copies, it only effects the last copy of the command.
If anybody can shed some light on this or point me in the direction of a better method I'd be most appreciative.
Thanks in advance.