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Well, I've been making some scripts which require long pauses, which renders the GUI useless until the sleep time is up.

So, I have an idea, but I don't know how to do it.

My idea is..

Instead of using the sleep() function I get it to do something like this.

$time = Current computer time (min)
ToolTip("test", 0, 0)
Until $time = $time + 10

Is @MIN the function I'd use?

Also, would that work as a sleeper so that the GUI will still respond to any events?

Thanks..Hope you 'catch my drift'

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Ah! Sorry for double post, was meant to edit my post. Please delete this one, I pressed quote instead of EDIT

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