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Nah , no reason really ; ended up with a different approach for my project. You know how those things go.. ;-)
I would try not to mess with the core ; it's going to be a pain in the arse upgrading to the next SS version.
Why not create a new class which has the file as 1 of it's members ?
that's a good point, I'll try that instead. Not pressing at the moment, but I know it's a big want for the project ;)