Wait for Control
This command allows the user to create a macro that waits for a specific Window Control to gain focus, become visible or become enabled. Or have the macro wait for their opposites - wait for control to lose focus, become invisible or become disabled. So, the user could write a macro that looks like the following:
Wait for Control (C) to be Enabled
Mouse Click on Control (C)
This would cause the macro to click on the control as soon as the control would allow.
Script Editor > Expand Timing Category > Wait for Control
Control to Wait For
First a Window Control variable needs to be defined in the macro. Then use this function to select the control for which the macro will wait.
Wait Until the Control
Select the status of the control. Choose from the following options - If the Control:
•Does not Exist
•Is not Enabled
•Is not Visible
•Is not Focused
With this option checked, the macro does not resume until the Wait For action specified has occurred.
Wait at most
With this option checked, the macro waits the number of hours, minutes and seconds specified for the Wait For action to occur. If that action does not take place within the specified time frame, the macro takes the action selected in the On Error tab.