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traceDelay
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Type
Property
Syntax

set the traceDelay to milliseconds

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Introduced
1.0
Environment
Desktop,Web
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
Used by the script debugger to specify how long to wait between lines when a handler is being traced.
Examples

set the traceDelay to 1000 -- 1 second between steps

Additional Comments
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Use the traceDelay property to make tracing faster or slower.

Value:

The traceDelay property is a positive integer.

By default, the traceDelay property is set to 500 (one-half second).

Comments:

When a handler is traced, each line is executed, after the delay specified in the traceDelay property. Using the script debugger, you can trace a handler slowly while watching the order in which lines are executed and the value of variables as they change, in order to track down any errors in the handler. Increasing the traceDelay causes the trace to take place more slowly, giving you more time to interpret the situation as the handler is traced. Decreasing the traceDelay speeds up tracing, which can be useful when debugging long handlers.

If the debugger is not active, this property has no effect.

Important! This property may change or be removed in future releases.

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