Lars_Sandberg Posted June 17, 2005 Report Share Posted June 17, 2005 Hi, I found out that there seem to be an advantage for using Wait Time Delay instead of normal Delay, since Wait Time Delay don't require the extensive use of CPU during the delay, as stated in the help file. The Macros can the only be stopped, when the Wait Time Delay is over and the next line of code is executed. The interesting thing is that Wait Time Delay also accept milliseconds as below: Wait Time Delay 0,04 Seconds For some applications my macros now works more smooth during the Wait Time Delay, than when I used normal delays. What is your opinion and experience about that? regards Lars Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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