Would it be possible to have an option to auto hide the scheduler window when using schedule()?
Something like, schedule(1, runFunction(), invisible)?
Even better if we could keep the scheduler private.
Yes, it needs a more obvious way to do this:
I've had to re-discover it several times. report(x)<<minimizewindow(1) is less cool. The hidden one still shows in the home window, grayed, and clicking it brings it back (you might want to know that after you start the script).