I have a script which imports excel tables, performs various table filtering etc and then generates graphs and journals them along with the data table.
The script seems to *not* generate the graphs 60% of the time. I thought it might be a wait(0) type situation, yet insertion of wait(0)'s before and every window operation hasn't help much (if at all).
This script needs to generate graphs 100% of the time.
The journal files are 210KB long when the graphs are generated and only 166KB long when they are not. (see below)
Quick update ... I inserted a few more wait(0); before and after windows I/O steps and things seem better ... A nice feature for future revs might be a built-in wait option (opt-out not opt-in perhaps) for those commands which frequently require wait(0) in order for script to operate sequentially and thus remove the black magic