Finally found one.
scott at tactilemedia.com
Tue Oct 2 22:11:23 EDT 2012
Not speaking as an authority, just from my own experience
"exit xyz" exits the current handler, and allows a calling handler to
continue executing, if present
"exit to top" exits and stops executing the current handler and any
calling handler if present; any pending messages will be sent
"send xyz to me in 200 millisecs" allows other messages/events to take
"wait until <condition> with messages" allows other messages/events to
take place (in what I think of as being an ultra-tight repeat loop)
If you want to cancel a message that has been sent in time, you can:
1) grab the id upon sending the message to be canceled later
2) do a "repeat for each" in the pending messages to find the line
containing the message name and cancel it
3) cancel all the pendingMessages
Hope this helps.
Tactile Media, UX Design
On 10/2/12 6:15 PM, "dunbarx at aol.com" <dunbarx at aol.com> wrote:
>But as Bernd notes, why the "exit to top" doesn't kill everything is
>still a mystery...
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