Our group has been utilizing a Windows XP machine to run a task script developed in E-Prime 2.0 for the last several years. We have had no issues previously, but recently upgraded to E-Prime 2.0 (SP2) and Windows 10. Now, whenever we attempt to run the script, E-Prime will stop at lines attempting to execute the "sleep" function and return the error "specified DLL function not found." We use sleep to pause a feedback display in the task, and commenting out those lines of code causes the task to without error. As far as can tell, "sleep" is declared properly in our package files.
Does anyone have any suggestions/thoughts? Alternatively, is there a function that can be used to pause a display for a finite amount of time, other than "sleep?"
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