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Background script

Hi, is it possible to run Python script in the background? My use case is that I have a robot and I'm manually shifting a frame (with an object and trajectory) and I would like to highlight the object in green/red based on the trajectory OK/NOK. Is it possible to do it without the need to release the mouse button and manually re-execute the script every time? My idea is to press the mouse button once, then move the frame all around and see where it is turning red or green. Thanks.
Yes, you can start a Python script in the background with RoboDK.

Add a program call to the Python script in a Program and select 'Start Thread' from the dropdown.

You can also create an App with the 'Check' option, more info here:
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