Gunner1980 wrote:I am not calling delays in those functions I showed you the user code.
But you do use calls to methods of the Delay class in code?
Only those methods would create these "Waiting for ..." message in the progress window and these messages are also not put into the report, they are only shown in the progress window. As soon as a Delay method is called, it will write a message to the progress window, thereby overwriting the last message logged.
Gunner1980 wrote:I don't know what you mean by running in parallel how do you do this?
You can spawn multiple execution "threads" running in parallel, e.g. to handle pop-up dialog that could be shown at no pre-defined time:
http://www.ranorex.com/blog/handling-di ... up-windows