Have you tried this?
Within the script performed by the Install On Timer script:
Set Variable [$$counter; $$Counter + 0.1]
If [$$Counter > Table::Fieldvalue]
This does seem to work, but it also seems to slow the counter down. Part of it is probably because I'm using .1 seconds.
I'll keep working with it and see if I can do anything to make it work. Thanks for the suggestion.
Still open to any other suggestions.
Instead of the Install on Timer, you might be able to just use Pause/Resume with a specified time interval in a script that loops. It depends on what else you are trying to do with your script.
Just out of curiosity, what are you doing that requires such a short time interval?
We are running an application that monitors every cycle on a machine...thus the cycle time of the machine may be 1.2 seconds in some cases and therefore the timer needs to increment every .1 seconds. There are several other things that are happening at the same time, and the looping step of the script doesn't work well because it doesn't allow the user any functionality while the timer is running.