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sf_timer.xhp
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Suspends a running timer
sf_timer.xhp
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<literal>False</literal> if the timer is not started or already suspended
sf_timer.xhp
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Stops a running timer
sf_timer.xhp
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<literal>False</literal> if the timer is neither started nor suspended
sf_timer.xhp
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The examples below in Basic and Python illustrate the use of the methods and properties in the <literal>Timer</literal> service.
sf_timer.xhp
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'The time elapsed while the Dialog box is open will be counted as suspended time
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'The time elapsed while the Dialog box is open will be counted as running time
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'Shows the final time measurements
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If you call the <literal>Terminate</literal> method, subsequent calls for the <literal>Continue</literal> method will not resume time measurement. Similarly, after a Timer has been terminated, calling the <literal>Start</literal> method will restart it as if it were a clean new Timer.
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Be aware that the <literal>Wait</literal> function in BASIC takes in a duration argument in milliseconds whereas the <literal>sleep</literal> function in Python uses seconds in its argument.
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Working with Multiple Timers
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It is possible to instantiate multiple <literal>Timer</literal> services in parallel, which gives flexibility in measuring time in different parts of the code.
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The following example illustrates how to create two <literal>Timer</literal> objects and start them separately.
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'Starts myTimerA
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'Starts myTimerB
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'Terminate both timers
sf_ui.xhp
tit
help.text
ScriptForge.UI service
sf_ui.xhp
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<variable id="UIService"><link href="text/sbasic/shared/03/sf_ui.xhp" name="ScriptForge.UI service"><literal>ScriptForge</literal>.<literal>UI</literal> service</link></variable>
sf_ui.xhp
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help.text
The UI (User Interface) service simplifies the identification and the manipulation of the different windows composing the whole %PRODUCTNAME application:
sf_ui.xhp
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Windows selection
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Windows moving and resizing
sf_ui.xhp
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Statusbar settings
sf_ui.xhp
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Display of a floating progress bar
sf_ui.xhp
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Creation of new windows
sf_ui.xhp
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Access to the underlying "documents"
sf_ui.xhp
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The UI service is the starting point to open, create or access to the content of new or existing documents from a user script.
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Definitions
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A window can be designated using various ways:
sf_ui.xhp
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a full path and file name
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the last component of the full file name or even only the last component without its suffix
sf_ui.xhp
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the title of the window

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sf_timer.xhp
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