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Hyflex

I am getting 25% Usage which spikes to 40% sometimes, for the first 2-3mins its fine.

dim $WindowClasses[11][6]

;window classes
$WindowClasses[0][0]="DME - Class"
$WindowClasses[1][0]="Database - L3SynStats.db"
$WindowClasses[2][0]="MaxViewer"
$WindowClasses[3][0]="INRR"
$WindowClasses[4][0]="EMView"
$WindowClasses[5][0]="EventWatcher"
$WindowClasses[6][0]="DDBS"
$WindowClasses[7][0]="1A"
$WindowClasses[8][0]="3D"
$WindowClasses[9][0]="2D"
$WindowClasses[10][0]="Loader"

;x-coords
$WindowClasses[0][2]=0
$WindowClasses[1][2]=840
$WindowClasses[2][2]=1680
$WindowClasses[3][2]=2520
$WindowClasses[4][2]=0
$WindowClasses[5][2]=840
$WindowClasses[6][2]=1680
$WindowClasses[7][2]=0
$WindowClasses[8][2]=0
$WindowClasses[9][2]=840
$WindowClasses[10][2]=970

;y-coords
$WindowClasses[0][3]=0
$WindowClasses[1][3]=0
$WindowClasses[2][3]=0
$WindowClasses[3][3]=0
$WindowClasses[4][3]=380
$WindowClasses[5][3]=380
$WindowClasses[6][3]=380
$WindowClasses[7][3]=0
$WindowClasses[8][3]=380
$WindowClasses[9][3]=380
$WindowClasses[10][3]=0

;m1
$WindowClasses[0][4]=834
$WindowClasses[1][4]=834
$WindowClasses[2][4]=834
$WindowClasses[3][4]=834
$WindowClasses[4][4]=834
$WindowClasses[5][4]=834
$WindowClasses[6][4]=834
$WindowClasses[7][4]=834
$WindowClasses[8][4]=834
$WindowClasses[9][4]=834
$WindowClasses[10][4]=712

;m2
$WindowClasses[0][5]=628
$WindowClasses[1][5]=628
$WindowClasses[2][5]=628
$WindowClasses[3][5]=628
$WindowClasses[4][5]=628
$WindowClasses[5][5]=628
$WindowClasses[6][5]=628
$WindowClasses[7][5]=628
$WindowClasses[8][5]=628
$WindowClasses[9][5]=628
$WindowClasses[10][5]=178

for $i=0 to 10
    $WindowClasses[$i][1]=True
Next

while 1
    for $i=0 to 10
    If WinExists($WindowClasses[$i][0]) And $WindowClasses[$i][1]=true Then
    WinMove($WindowClasses[$i][0], "", $WindowClasses[$i][2], $WindowClasses[$i][3], $WindowClasses[$i][4], $WindowClasses[$i][5])
    $WindowClasses[$i][1]=False
    EndIf
    If (Not WinExists ($WindowClasses[$i][0])) And $WindowClasses[$i][1] = False Then $WindowClasses[$i][1]=True
    Next
WEnd

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kaotkbliss

I've read on the forums that putting a tiny sleep, like

Sleep(10)

in your loops helps reduce CPU usage


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Hyflex

See what happens if you put a Sleep(500) right before WEnd.

Feel like such a dipshit now lol, I thought I had one in there :| oops

Put a 50ms sleep and its fine :mellow: 1-2%cpu :P

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GEOSoft

I've read on the forums that putting a tiny sleep, like

Sleep(10)

in your loops helps reduce CPU usage

It definitly helps, except in the case of a GUI msg loop where it is already accounted for with the default being either 250 or 275 milliseconds. Any longer than that and you start to notice degradation of the control reaction time.

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