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This item was introduced in E-Prime 2.0 (188.8.131.52).
NOTE: PST does not recommend changing SetOSThreadPriority unless necessary and directed by PST staff members.
SetOSThreadPriority has been updated to allow for more subtle changes in operating system thread communication with E-Prime.
The values of 0, 1, 2, and 3 remain for backwards compatability, but they have been mapped to 584, 576, 545, and 529 respectively.
SetOSThreadPriority now accepts values from 500-599.
E-Studio generated a call to SetOSThreadPriority -1, which maps to 584 on a multi-core system and 527 on a single-core system.