You can use this action when you want the Player application to wait for a specific window to open.
As an example, let's assume you have saved a Mouse Action, that clicks on the "Ok" button of a Login Window; when the Macro reaches this action, what happens if the Login window hasn't been opened yet? Naturally, the Player will not find the button and shows an error. To address this situation, you can insert a "Delay," but in different circumstances (like, for example, when your systems become slow), you might need to set various delays. Therefore, we have added this action, after the Macro reaches this, it will wait for the window to open, and then runs the next action. Therefore, if you use this action in the example that we've provided, the Macro will wait for the login window to open, there will be no errors.
Description of the parameters:
Target Window: If you select this option, the Macro will wait until the window opens.
(Wait Infinite Time (Check Repeatedly as long as Possible: If you select this option, the Macro will wait until the window opens.
Wait Seconds: By selecting this option and specifying the amount, the Macro will only wait that long for the window to open.
(No Wait (Check Just One Time: If this option is enabled, the check will only be performed one time.