Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #2171, comment 3


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07/30/12 15:58:37 (8 years ago)
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  • Ticket #2171, comment 3

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    11It's not inconsistent.  For whatever reason the input is in milliseconds but the actual time waited is in seconds.  If the underlying API only accepts seconds then AutoIt's design is stupid and shouldn't accept milliseconds when they are going to be converted to seconds internally (with associated precision loss due to storage in an integer).  If the underlying API does allow milliseconds then AutoIt's implementation is stupid for converting to seconds.
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    3 To test that this is NOT actually inconsistent but rather based on a conversion to seconds simply enter a time like 1.75 and you'll see that it waits for 1 second.
     3To test that this is NOT actually inconsistent but rather based on a conversion to seconds simply enter a time like 1750 and you'll see that it waits for 1 second.