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Graphical cause of a delay

I am wondering what the core reason might be for a delay in an object of an EditState struct calling a Update method.
The code is simple, in a form class:
UpdateObject(float32 speed)
m_State = 2;

Now, within the UpdateObject method, the code is simple, just a line of code:
m_State = 2;

The call to the method is made within a queue, where the next method to be called is handled.
So, in the case when a new object is created, let’s say, the object of a standard type:
GameObject newGameObject = Instantiate(gameObjectPrefab, transform.position, transform.rotation) as GameObject;

Now, this is what might possibly happen:

“newGameObject” arrives at the queue, with the state 0.
In that iteration of the queue, while the object is processing, it calls the UpdateObject(float32 speed) method.

Now, in case 1, the next iteration of the queue will be the update method handling, and at that point in time, the “newGameObject” object has the state 1, which is what it should be by that point in time.
However, in case 2, the object, which is “new

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This is a successfully hidden directory, and it’s just one of the nastier side effects of the way Windows Installer operates.
When a program is installed, it puts temporary files in locations like %SystemRoot%\Installer\MSI\DevMode\Temp. These files are treated differently from regular files: i.e. they are not deleted when uninstalled, but instead just move to %SystemRoot%\Installer\UnInstall\Leftovers. This is all in order to allow “clean” uninstallation (no leftovers).
The trick is that regular programs do not understand the nature of these files. This means, for example, that you can’t search for files in the %SystemRoot%\Installer\UnInstall\Leftovers directory.


“I have a C:\ drive that can easily be removed, formatted and restored. I chose this drive because I had a 1 gigabyte drive with data on it that I can’t easily restore from to another drive. I will have to use the 1 GB drive from now on.”
You’re the first person I’ve encountered with this issue — which is probably why I am the first to tell you that it can’t be done. There is no restore point where you can remove your drive because you would essentially have to go to that restore point and restore it at the same time.
You can copy the data onto an external drive (which would then be your “new” drive), but if you want to have everything restored, you will need a complete backup.
If you can’t backup, you need to reinstall Windows. There is no way to remove and then reinstall the C:\ drive, at least not that I am aware of.

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J. Richard King (born April 4, 1941) is a former American politician who served in the New York State Assembly. A Democrat, he represented the 90th Assembly District in central Buffalo, New York from 1976 to 1977. He resigned in 1977 to become Erie County Clerk.

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