Finally found one.

Pierre Sahores sc at
Tue Oct 2 16:40:48 EDT 2012


Try inside opencard :

if MyStartUpVar is not a number then  
send opencard to this cd in 0 milliseconds
put "1" into MyStartUpVar
end if

or :

something with message without waiting



Le 2 oct. 2012 à 22:06, J. Landman Gay a écrit :

> On 10/2/12 12:49 PM, Mark Wieder wrote:
>> Craig-
>>> I thought of that, but believed that the "send in time", where I even
>> increased the time value to, say, 100 ticks, would be more than enough to allow
>> the engine to "rest".
>> It's not a matter of giving the engine time to "rest". See below.
> I added "wait 0 with messages" to Craig's card handler and it didn't work. :( I've been tinkering with it and I can't find anything so far that makes it work.
> I did think that sending a message in time allows a brief idle state where the engine would pick up any pending user actions. I've used it with a 0 millisecond send in order to force events to go through. In this case I can't find anything that allows the Stop button to work.
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