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Architerion

Im using the timers in autoit eg

 _Timer_SetTimer($hGUI, $aTimerVal[0][$Interval][0] * 1000, _CB_Step)

and using a parametric callback so all the instances are referencing the same callback. Is there a simple way of globally pausing the script? I want the user to simply press a pause/continue button to control the script.

Please dont reply with sleep() unless there is something I dont understand...Sleep does not seem to affect the timers at all...only interaction etc

Even when going the au3 > exe route; the pause script in tray does not work.

Maybe a _PauseAllTimers function in the Timers.a3 udf...dont have a clue how to implement though?

Many thanks

Mark

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somdcomputerguy

See the example code in the Help file for the HotKeySet function. Maybe that'll work for you.


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HotKeySet("{PAUSE}", "TogglePause")

Func TogglePause()
    $Paused = NOT $Paused
    While $Paused
        sleep(100)
        ToolTip('Script is "Paused"',0,0)
    WEnd
    ToolTip("")
EndFunc

Used to use this alot in the past. Works well.


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Im using the timers in autoit eg

 _Timer_SetTimer($hGUI, $aTimerVal[0][$Interval][0] * 1000, _CB_Step)

and using a parametric callback so all the instances are referencing the same callback. Is there a simple way of globally pausing the script? I want the user to simply press a pause/continue button to control the script.

Please dont reply with sleep() unless there is something I dont understand...Sleep does not seem to affect the timers at all...only interaction etc

Even when going the au3 > exe route; the pause script in tray does not work.

Maybe a _PauseAllTimers function in the Timers.a3 udf...dont have a clue how to implement though?

Many thanks

Mark

_Timer_KillAllTimers() will provide a clue as to how you can create your own wrapper function.


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Architerion
HotKeySet("{PAUSE}", "TogglePause")

Func TogglePause()
    $Paused = NOT $Paused
    While $Paused
        sleep(100)
        ToolTip('Script is "Paused"',0,0)
    WEnd
    ToolTip("")
EndFunc

Used to use this alot in the past. Works well.

 

See the example code in the Help file for the HotKeySet function. Maybe that'll work for you.

 

Thanks for the replies...unfortunately, as mentioned, sleep has no effect.

Guiness...can you divulge further? I checked it out but user32.dll does not seem to have any 

BTW...Why does sleep not pause the timers? Would be good if there was an opt for it?

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Geir1983

What about something like this?

Timer("TimerInit")
Sleep(1000)
ConsoleWrite(Timer("TimerDiff") &@CRLF)
Timer("Pause")
Sleep(1000)
Timer("Resume")
Sleep(1000)
ConsoleWrite(Timer("TimerDiff") &@CRLF)


Func Timer($Query)
    Static $Timer, $Pause
    Switch $Query
        Case "TimerInit"
            $Timer = TimerInit()
            $Pause = 0
        Case "TimerDiff"
            Return TimerDiff($Timer) + $Pause
        Case "Pause"
            $Pause = Pause + TimerDiff($Timer)
        Case "Resume"
            $Timer = TimerInit()
    EndSwitch
EndFunc
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somdcomputerguy

See the example code in the Help file for the HotKeySet function. Maybe that'll work for you.

 

Thanks for the replies...unfortunately, as mentioned, sleep has no effect.

Have you tried that code? The Sleep function in that code is a short time (100 milliseconds) in the While loop to ease up CPU usage, and it's the While loop and the definition of the $Pause variable are what actually 'pause' the script. I'm just trying to point out that the Sleep function isn't used to 'pause'. Well it is, but it isn't.. B) I haven't used any of the Timer UDF's so maybe they do 'run in the background' and that code will have no effect on your script. Edited by somdcomputerguy

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The timers used are the computer's timers, not AutoIt's that's why sleep has no affect. Sleep only affects the operation of AutoIt code, when you read the timers you're reading from values set in your motherboard's timers.


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hi Architerion

not sure what you want to achieve in detail, but maybe you could easily adapt this >stopwatch udf to your purpose.


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The timers used are the computer's timers .. when you read the timers you're reading from values set in your motherboard's timers.

I can see from this code (taken from Help file example codes), and also from your explanation BrewManNH, just what's going on. Thanks. B) Sorry to have wasted your time, Architerion.

#include <Timers.au3>

Global $Paused
HotKeySet("{PAUSE}", "TogglePause")
HotKeySet("{ESC}", "_Quit")

Local $starttime = _Timer_Init()
While 1
    ToolTip(_Timer_Diff($starttime) / 1000)
WEnd

Func TogglePause()
    $Paused = Not $Paused
    While $Paused
        Sleep(100)
        ToolTip('Script is "Paused"', 0, 0)
    WEnd
    ToolTip("")
EndFunc   ;==>TogglePause

Func _Quit()
    Exit
EndFunc   ;==>_Quit

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 _Timer_SetTimer($hGUI, $aTimerVal[0][$Interval][0] * 1000, _CB_Step)

How about:

HotKeySet("{Pause}", "TogglePause")

Global $Timer = TimerInit()
Global$jTimer = 0
$hGUI = "notepad"
While 1
_Timer_SetTime($hGUI, ($aTimerVal[0]-$jTimer)[$interval][0] * 1000._CB_Step)
WEnd

Func TogglePause($kTimer);returns value of $jTimer which is th difference from when the script was paused and the time it was started again
Local $hTimer = TimerDiff($Timer);Time difference since beginning of script
Local $mTimer = $kTimer
    Sleep(500);Wait for user to stop pressing pause
     Local $iTimer = TimerDiff($Timer);get time difference from when the pause key is pressed)
     Local $kTimer = $iTimer - $hTimer
     If $kTimer >= 0 Then
          $kTimer = $kTimer + $mTimer;If the script is paused more than once then add up the total time paused so the script can get the difference which will make the script appear to pause the global timer 
     Return $kTimer;Difference between when timer was paused and when the timer was started again
     If _isPressed("{PAUSE}") Then;if the user presses pause again then get time difference
          $tTime = TimerDiff($Timer)
     Else Sleep(10)
EndFunc

Haven't tried the code. Just put it together. Basically what it is designed to do is get a time stamp at the start of the script and if the script is paused it will record the time it has been paused and subtract the time paused from the time stamp of the main program. If its paused more than once then it will add the values of the old paused time and the new paused time. Its late and I haev to crash but there still needs to be a while loop added based upon how you let your users know that the script is paused. I dont know about the interval value in _Timer_SetTime but I think the interval would need to have less time remaining than the amount of time the pause lasts.


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Thanks so much everyone for your efforts.
 
Here is a bit more code to help make sense of it all. Im simply making an 8 channel timer (using the FTD udf) for a usb controlled relay. Each 'channel' of the relay can be a one shot timer or it may have a number of on/off segments depending on the steps defined in the array. It uses a parametised single callback to handle turning a relay on/off or terminate if sequence has finished.

As mentioned sleep, positively absolutely has no effect no matter how long the pause etc
 
 

;~ -------- Ch3 
; [x][n][n] = channel/timer number
; [n][x][n] = sequence step number
; [n][n][0] = actual interval, [n][n][1] = relay state on/off ie 0 or 1
;

;example sequence, this step will delay start by 10 secs
$aTimerVal[2][0][0] = 10
$aTimerVal[2][0][1] = 0

;relay on for 14.5
$aTimerVal[2][1][0] = 14.5
$aTimerVal[2][1][1] = 1

;finish this timer
$aTimerVal[2][2][0] = -1
$aTimerVal[2][2][1] = 0


;CB Step = callback step through sequence
 
$aTimer[0][0] = _Timer_SetTimer($hGUI, $aTimerVal[0][$Interval][0] * 1000, _CB_Step)

;~ Callback for timer
Func _CB_Step($hWnd, $Msg, $iIDTimer, $dwTime)
   #forceref $hWnd, $Msg, $iIDTimer, $dwTime
;~ Internal timer id offset by 1000
   $CurrTimer = $iIDTimer - 1001
;~    increment the step counter of the current called Timer
   $aTimer[$CurrTimer][$StepCount] += 1
;~ use the step counter to locate the current interval in the array   
   $CurrInterval = $aTimerVal[$CurrTimer][ $aTimer[$CurrTimer][$StepCount]][0]
;~    RSOnOff = relay state on/off, store as element in array
   $RSOnOff =  $aTimerVal[$CurrTimer][ $aTimer[$CurrTimer][$StepCount]][1]
   ConsoleWrite(@CR & $RSOnOff)
;~    flag of -1 used to end current timer
  If $CurrInterval = -1 Then
      ConsoleWrite(@CR & "Curr Timer(" & $CurrTimer & ") Has Completed")
      SetRelays($Rel[$CurrTimer], 0)
      _Timer_KillTimer($hWnd, $iIDTimer)
  Else
      $iIDTimer = _Timer_SetTimer($hGUI, Abs($CurrInterval) * 1000, "", $iIDTimer)
      SetRelays($Rel[$CurrTimer], $RSOnOff)
      ConsoleWrite(@CR & "Curr Timer(" & $CurrTimer & ") Step : " & $aTimer[$CurrTimer][1] & " | Interval = " & $CurrInterval & " Rel State | " & $RSOnOff )
  EndIf
 EndFunc

Hope that makes sense...its not all the code but should create a schematic. I simply want to pause the script

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computergroove

Does any part of your code use TimerInit and TimerDiff?


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Architerion

Does any part of your code use TimerInit and TimerDiff?

 

No, because it doesnt have a callback function...so you have to poll the events which is very cpu hungry in comparison to a _sink. I guess I could recode it but I would rather it clean...unless Im missing something. Managing 8 separate timers will get pretty verbose especially with each one having different sequencing as described.

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There is no way to do this in autoit without using timerinit and timerdiff. You would need to stop your motherboards internal lock which is not possible. You could just end the program and start it again. You could maybe set a hotkey that would record the time left on each channel and save the data to a file and when you opened the program again it could check if the file had data in it and load the values from it so you would basically carry on. Unless you ran 2 scripts (1 for listening for the hotkey so you could restart your program and 1 as your main script) I don't think you could give the appearance of pause and resume.

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Have you checked my Stopwatch UDF? This offers a way to pause a timer.


UDF List:

 
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Architerion

Have you checked my Stopwatch UDF? This offers a way to pause a timer.

Thanks but as mentioned...it uses TimerInit/diff and running this in 8 channels with required features is of course possible but not practical. Im not saying that I would want to stop the system timer...that is of course also given as being not possible, I was looking for a udf function that might somehow handle that.

Nice work though!

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just an idea. don't know if this can have a sense in your case, but couldn't you insert a check at the beginning of the _CB_Step() function so that if a Global variable (say $paused) is set to true then you just return, else you go straight normally? something like this:

;~ Callback for timer
Func _CB_Step($hWnd, $Msg, $iIDTimer, $dwTime)
   #forceref $hWnd, $Msg, $iIDTimer, $dwTime
   If $paused then Return
   ;

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My UDF uses the native functions only as a last option.


UDF List:

 
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Architerion

 

just an idea. don't know if this can have a sense in your case, but couldn't you insert a check at the beginning of the _CB_Step() function so that if a Global variable (say $paused) is set to true then you just return, else you go straight normally? something like this:

;~ Callback for timer
Func _CB_Step($hWnd, $Msg, $iIDTimer, $dwTime)
   #forceref $hWnd, $Msg, $iIDTimer, $dwTime
   If $paused then Return
   ;

Hmmm...but there might be 2 minutes between callbacks on various timers! As well as the timer is still running for that interval.

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