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Now that I've gotten back here to look at this again and as far as I understand your situation, it sounds like you've come up with a reasonable plan. You are (obviously) entirely right in not wanting to bring up a dialog displaying the wrong initial data.

In addition, it seems to solve another (potential) problem. I don't know how you are having the user indicate which object to modify, but without something like this, you might have also had a problem determining which dialog to create. Now, at least as I am imagining it, you can hit test to determine what object has responsibility and not additionally need the user to specify the type of thing he wants to deal with. Perhaps this isn't an issue in your current UI, but with design changes, who knows what will come up?

Good luck with this.
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