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berlihingen  
#1 Posted : Thursday, September 16, 2021 9:07:04 PM(UTC)
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Haven't seen this message before. Appears after execution of the gesture assigned to "after gaming", here is content:
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// Set original screen (3840*2160*60Hz*175%), wait a second, start T-Clock and Rainmeter,
// hide xNgenuity window, activate WindowManager (in case any windows here),
// click on taskbar to activate base mouse settings.
sp.RunProgram("C:\\Program Files (x86)\\sysutils\\HotKey_Resolution_Changer\\HRC.exe", "r1 /exit", "open", "none", false, true, false);
sp.Pause(1); // Pause 1 sec
sp.RunOrActivate("C:\\Program Files\\Rainmeter\\Rainmeter.exe");
sp.Pause(1); // Pause 1 sec
sp.RunOrActivate("C:\\Program Files\\T-Clock_Redux\\Clock64.exe");
sp.RunProgram("C:\\Program Files\\nirsoft-x64\\nircmd-x64\\nircmd.exe", "win hide ititle \"HyperX NGENUITY\"", "open", "none", false, true, false);
sp.SendModifiedVKeys([vk.LCONTROL,vk.RMENU], [vk.OEM_PERIOD]);
sp.MouseClick(new Point(1920,2140), MouseButtons.Left, true, true);

Interesting that everything happens as it should, the only difference after the last update is this pop-up message. Can't get what is wrong and what (if) to try again.
Rob  
#2 Posted : Thursday, October 14, 2021 1:23:56 PM(UTC)
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That message means all of the script engines (as set in Options > Script > Max Script Pool Size) are currently in use, and after waiting for the Max Script Lock Attempts tries have been exceeded, the script is discarded.

This can be difficult to troubleshoot, it would involve examining all of your scripts to see what you might have running. Some things to check for are any scripts which have a loop for example, that are continuously running (perhaps checking for a condition and sleeping, etc). If you have any long running loops, I would recommend replacing the logic with a timer script (instead of loop) as the timer script executes, then frees up the engine until the next interval when it runs the script again.
berlihingen  
#3 Posted : Thursday, October 14, 2021 1:31:39 PM(UTC)
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Thank you for explaining, it's good to remember this. For the moment this behavior ended without my intervention; the only thing I can suspect is a Windows update.
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