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- Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2012 01:01:59 -0400 (EDT)
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Hello, I've been wrestling with Clock to try and make a interface that
runs a clock, then resets it when a reset button is clicked (I know about
Trigger and autorunsequence, but I want it for something that I don't think
those will be suitable for)
Is this possible? I've tried all sorts of things like making a button that
toggles a variable from Clock to Hold, and then I pass the clock arguments
that function. I thought then that the Clock would restart as a new clock,
but it keeps running the same clock.
Is there not a way to do this? It seems almost as if Clock was designed
to not allow one to reset it.
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