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My only other idea, which i am not sure where to look, or how to do it is ....

"DO" ABC

"UNTIL" DEF

"OR UNTIL" X timer (ie 10 mins expires)

original thread http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=39393 but the topic changed after it was answered.

Func cycle()
Sleep(150000)
Send("{F1}") ;turn off then back on
    MouseMove(851, 647)
    Sleep(5000)
If (PixelGetColor(851, 647) > 10000000) Then empty()
    Sleep(500)
    MouseMove(1704,82)  ; target 1
    MouseDown("left")
    MouseUp("left")
    Send("{F1}")
If (PixelGetColor(1509, 62) = 0) Then target()
    
Sleep(11000)

Send("{F2}") ;turn off then back on
    MouseMove(851, 647)
    Sleep(5000)
If (PixelGetColor(851, 647) > 10000000) Then empty()
    Sleep(500)
    MouseMove(1591,70)  ; target 2
    MouseDown("left")
    MouseUp("left")
    Send("{F2}")
If (PixelGetColor(1509, 62) = 0) Then target()

Sleep(11000)

Send("{F3}") ;turn off then back on
    MouseMove(851, 647)
    Sleep(5000)
If (PixelGetColor(851, 647) > 10000000) Then empty()
    Sleep(500)
    MouseMove(1493,77)  ; target 3
    MouseDown("left")
    MouseUp("left")
    Send("{F3}")
If (PixelGetColor(1509, 62) = 0) Then target()
    Sleep(500)

cycle()
EndFunc

Just looking to add a "if" 10 minutes pass "Then empty()" just not sure how to set up the timer or add the second varable.

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Perhaps have a loop that sleeps for 1 second, then adds 1 to a variable and when that variable reaches how every many seconds are in time minutes, you have it do something.

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Func cycle()
$timer = TimerInit ()
Sleep(150000)
Send("{F1}") ;turn off then back on
    MouseMove(851, 647)
    Sleep(5000)
If (PixelGetColor(851, 647) > 10000000) Then empty()
    Sleep(500)
    MouseMove(1704,82)  ; target 1
    MouseDown("left")
    MouseUp("left")
    Send("{F1}")
If (PixelGetColor(1509, 62) = 0) Then target()
   
Sleep(11000)

Send("{F2}") ;turn off then back on
    MouseMove(851, 647)
    Sleep(5000)
If (PixelGetColor(851, 647) > 10000000) Then empty()
    Sleep(500)
    MouseMove(1591,70)  ; target 2
    MouseDown("left")
    MouseUp("left")
    Send("{F2}")
If (PixelGetColor(1509, 62) = 0) Then target()

Sleep(11000)

Send("{F3}") ;turn off then back on
    MouseMove(851, 647)
    Sleep(5000)
If (PixelGetColor(851, 647) > 10000000) Then empty()
    Sleep(500)
    MouseMove(1493,77)  ; target 3
    MouseDown("left")
    MouseUp("left")
    Send("{F3}")
If (PixelGetColor(1509, 62) = 0) Then target()
    Sleep(500)
If TimerDiff ( $timer ) = 10000 Then empty()
cycle()
EndFunc

Untested but should work

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$timer = TimerInit ()

If TimerDiff ( $timer ) = 10000 Then empty()

i moved starter to the end of the targeting and had to change to

If TimerDiff ( $timer ) > 10000 Then empty()

as the odds of ending on exactly 10000 (XYZ) are really slim. Thanks for the help IT WORKS! :)

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If that script runs for more than an hour or so, you'll probably get a recursion error.

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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I have yet to have that happen, as the loop is usually less then 10 mins, but this why I was seeking a second "out" of the loop.

Works great if it is in the same function, but as soon as i move the "$timer = TimerInit ()" to the end of the function before this one i get an error on the "If TimerDiff ( $timer ) > 10000 Then empty()" is not defined.

I only want the time to be set once per cycle I figured the easiest way to do that was to put it before this cycle.

Any thoughs?

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My only other idea, which i am not sure where to look, or how to do it is ....

"DO" ABC

"UNTIL" DEF

"OR UNTIL" X timer (ie 10 mins expires)

Haven't really looked much at your script, but here's one way to do what you asked above.

HotKeySet('{F2}', 'var2true')

$counter = 1
$timer = TimerInit()
$var = False

Do
    ToolTip('Loop iteration: ' & $counter)
    $counter += 1
    Sleep(50)
Until TimerDiff($timer) > 600000 Or $var = True

Func var2true()
    $var = True
EndFunc
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