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Re: setInterval in a Condition?
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Thanks, I like the second option that might be easier for us

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hmmm does your work laptop /browser block any scripts or things like that? That's a long shot but worth looking at -

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Hey All, I sometimes need to tell my rules to wait for a certain object to pop into existence (either a JS object or something of that nature). I can normally do this using setInterval in a Rule Event, and then the rule fires when needed Yay! Can I do something similar in a Condition, but say with DOM Loaded as the Rule Event? I can't seem to get it to work right - I'm not a dev by trade so if I'm using something basic incorrectly here feel free to yell at me: var IntervalIterator = 0;var MyInte...

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Hello,Per my chat with client care, in the debugger, under Launch configuration, "Add Embed Code" is intended for use when there's no script present, whereas "replace" or "block" is hidden under the "...". We use these features to debug our sandbox environment on live site. I understand the difference between the two, but could we make it clearer or give replace its own button and add tooltips? The obvious thing to do is to click the big button right in front of you, when in reality you need to ...

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