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  1. Adding a Delay to a Script

    to pausing a script is to use the sleep() function in Python's Time Library: from time import sleep # This will pause execution of the script for 3 seconds. After that time, the script will continue. sleep(3) print "I'm awake!" Using a While Loop The While Loop is another simple approach to adding a delay: simply keep
    Ignition User Manual 7.9Jan 23, 2018
  2. Action Step Best Practices

    scripts for the action step: Tip 1: Don't Block/Pause/Wait/Sleep This is the primary rule for SFCs. You want your scripts to run as quickly as possible. This means that you don't want to use any sort of sleep() or wait() call. Pausing or waiting is the job of transactions in an SFC. Some sorts of blocking is, of course
    Ignition User Manual 7.9Sep 28, 2016
  3. Table

    cell, returns the appropriate background color. Do not block, sleep, or execute any I/O; called on painting thread. Parameters Component self - A reference … (text) color. Do not block, sleep, or execute any I/O; called on painting thread. Parameters Component self - A reference to the component that is invoking
    Ignition User Manual 7.9Jan 28, 2019
  4. Sequential Function Charts

    need to run in parallel. The nature of a chart allows for controlled execution. Pauses are handled by the chart, so there is no need to put threads to sleep
    Ignition User Manual 7.9May 16, 2018