Compound actions are just like simple actions but each action is separated by a semicolon:
Sometimes, this leads to complications. Suppose, for example, you want an action to set the $OnAdd action. (Perhaps you have an agent that's looking for containers of $UrgentTasks, and wants to set the $OnAdd action for those containers). The simplest way of writing this is:
…which will do two things: set the $OnAdd action to "$Color=Red" and set the $Priority to high.
If you want the $OnAdd action to be set to the entire expression, enclose it in quotes:
This quoted style is also required if setting multiple $DisplayedAttributes values (or any set/list-type attribute).
$DisplayedAttributes= $DisplayedAttributes(parent) + "Border;AccentColor"