The idea you mentioned in the first post is the reason why i'm running into problems. I know that I can 'Load JSON from AJAX.LastData' but I dont want to do this, because then I would need one array for each JSON that I am load (because if I didnt load it right after, the second JSON in the string of commands would replace the first as the new 'last data').
And... is there a reason you're using the ajax request? Normally that's to contact an external website to get data but I don't see any url info in your request. Is that json file stored in the project? If so, you should be able to just Json.download | "Working_Word_List_Array.json"
I could be wrong about that. Haven't worked with loading json directly from files either.
Cool! I will give that a try. I was using AJAX because that's the only way i've seen to load JSONs from my project files in the past, but what you said seems way easier.
I will do this and then report back. Thanks! :)