Benjamin Fehr

Pause/Resume Script step 0 seconds leasts 600 msec.

Discussion created by Benjamin Fehr on Sep 24, 2017
Latest reply on Sep 25, 2017 by Benjamin Fehr

Product and version:  FMPA16.0.2

OS and version: macOS 10.13 GM

Hardware: MBP 13" Retina [Late 2013]

Description: a Script Step 'Pause/Resume [Duration (seconds): 0] takes > 600 Milliseconds

How to replicate:

 

Testscript:

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Set Variable [ $$start ; Value: Get (CurrentTimeUTCMilliseconds) ]

  Pause/Resume Script [ Duration (seconds): 0 ]

Set Variable [ $$dauer ; Value: Get (CurrentTimeUTCMilliseconds) - $$start ]

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Results:

Pause/Resume deactivated (OFF) = 153 - 157 ms.

Pause, Duration 0 seconds = 599 - 645 ms.

Pause, Duration 0,1 seconds = 614 - 633 ms.

Pause, Duration 0,5 Seconds = 618 - 634 ms.

 

Workaround:  none

Notes: all Tests with Data Viewer AND Script Workspace open, 4 Tests for every condition.

ms. = Milliseconds.

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