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How does it work? The API makes it hard to understand for me, so let's say I have this code:

Timing.waitCondition(new Condition()


@Override public boolean active(){


return Player.getAnimation() == -1; }


I want the bot to sleep all the time until he finishes his animation. What I want to ask. Does condition repeat itself? Or is it just checked once and then passed on? If so, is there a more efficient way to put in than just hooking it up to a while cycle? Thank you!

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It will wait until the timeout is completed or the condition returns true(Whichever comes first). Then move on

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