I'm currently having a hard time to see which precautions should be taken when using to maximize a script speed:
Indeed I'm wondering if in some cases that might not cause some crashes.
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I'm using it for example in creating a GUI that display a ListView with a list of files quite similar to the ListView Main example from the documentation:
https://autohotkey.com/docs/commands/Li ... m#Examples
To maximize speed looping through the files, checking some stuff, and displaying the ListView I used "SetBatchLines, -1" at the top.
However I have sometimes crashes when launching the GUI. The script becomes unresponsive before the GUI shows up and there is nothing I can do except killing the process via task manager.
SpoilerI saw on several occasions that it was mentioned that when using "SetBatchLines, -1" you should put manual sleeps at some places.
It was mentioned loops but I couldn't understand in which loop you should introduce the sleep.
So could someone tell me if SetBatchLines, -1 is suceptible to crash AutoHotkey with some particular commands, especially in a loop?
And if yes what should be done to prevent it while maximizing speed? Which loops can be problematic?
As sensitive commands/functions inside the script I was wondering if they can be a problem with SetBatchLines,-1 ?:
SpoilerThanks for your enlighment on this subject !