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Default Rails: move flash between controllers

Just a shot in the dark, but has anyone on here succeeded in moving the contents of a flash between controllers?

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OK, OK - solved it myself. It was a layout issue. My layout rendered several actions in different controllers. Add flash.keep to each and it works perfectly *blush*

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Actually you don't even need to do that in rails 1.0 ;)

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