[quote="Lost my Keys":2edkypgl]Yay, you finally posted!
Anyway, I thought you got the timer issue fixed after we went through it that time in chat?.[/quote:2edkypgl]As I told you... I really love to solve problems myself... so when I am finaly posting here, it means definitive crisis.
[quote="deadeye":2edkypgl]It's written in your length field as 'vypnuto'
when it should be showing Elektropole.Value('vypnuto')
.[/quote:2edkypgl]Well, I attempted to do it even how you are writing, but it gives me same crashes, so I tested and tested almost everything.
[quote="deadeye":2edkypgl]Also, I don't believe you have to stop the timer in your On Timer trigger if you've set your timer to No Repeat.[/quote:2edkypgl]Even one of my tries. It helped once in other case, so I tested it even here.
[quote="deadeye":2edkypgl]There used to be a bug in the Timer behavior where you couldn't start the Timer again from an On Timer event, but it was marked as fixed. It could be that it's not 100% fixed.[/quote:2edkypgl]I really hope so, because I have strong failure feelings
[quote="deadeye":2edkypgl]At any rate, it's easy to set up your own timer, so you may want to consider doing that. I have an example here if you'd like to take a look: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/529356/customtimers.cap
(99.83)[/quote:2edkypgl]Yep, it comes on my mind I really don't need timer behaviors at all... I just wanted to know, if I totaly suck in basic Construct scripting.
[quote="deadeye":2edkypgl]It uses TimeDelta though, so if you're not familiar with the expression then I'd recommend checking out the wiki article.[/quote:2edkypgl]TimeDelta is OK for me. Thank you.