I am catching lc errors, but if tsnet runs into something, it throws up a
dialog, anyway. For example I have multiple wifi zones in my house. Some
of those are a good distance away from where I might be. When my lappie
auto-connects to one of them, the connection will naturally be slow. In
that case, when LC hits a network issue, it will throw up a dialog saying
that tsnet has been encountering a slow network connection for the last 30
seconds. That's a bit of a problem if the script I'm trying to run is
supposed to run continuously.
I suppose I could crank up the timeout, but I'd rather not have the dialog,
no matter what happens.
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