OK, I just found how to deal with Timer ()
from threading import Timer
def run (input, delay):
for i, ch in enumerate(input):
t = Timer(delay*i, prnt, (ch))
def prnt (txt):
a = "abcdefg"
>>> <typing letters with delay of 0.2>
But, again, it works only in Python BUT doesn't work in Construct!
In Construct (with "Text.text+= txt" instead of "print txt") it adds only first char of string.
So, Construct doesn't support threading module? If so, how can I implement timer with Python?