@tatiang okay that makes sense! I'm always logged in on my iPad but safari Mac never keeps me logged in. Mystery solved.
Think you may be messing the the html tags by using the angle brackets in the description of your rules.
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@tatiang -- you should try the implementation I suggested in my last post in this thread (January 28). It is twice as fast as the 'toggle loop' method. It is a variation (a simplification if you will) of the @ericzingeler 'time stamp' method. And it reaches the theoretical limits that GS timing can do (which is about 60 frames a second).When self.Time > self.oldTime-- Change Attribute: self.counter To: self.counter + 1--Change Attribute: resetOldTime To: trueWhen resetOldTime is true-- Change Attribute: self.counter To: self.counter + 1-- Change Attribute: self.oldTime To: self.time-- Change Attribute: resetOldTime To: false
@socks I was going to mention that exact workaround. It leads to messy code that is difficult to maintain, but it definitely works. I've used the technique myself.
Good point, @Socks. But I would have expected a prettier picture.Alright so the study continues... lol
Using the "X" method, how would you stop the loop at a certain iteration?
Using the "X" method, how would you stop the loop at a certain iteration? Your example loops in multiples of ten, I believe, but if you have 32 table rows that you are looping through, how can you stop it at 32 iterations (without putting a When counterPlace a max iterations check after every single "function".;POr pre-calculate what you need and construct accordingly.