combo_rundoes precisely what the name suggests and runs a combo. However, unlike the combo_restart command, it has no effect if the combo is currently running. It will only start a combo is it is not already running.
combo_run( <combo_name> );
combo_runningis a function which can be used in your code to check is a combo is running is not. If the combo named in its parameter is running, then it will return TRUE. If not, it will return FALSE.
combo_stop( <combo_name> );
combo_restartwill restart a running combo. If the combo started within its parameters is currently running, it will be restarted from the beginning. If the combo is not currently running, it will be run.
combo_restart( <combo_name> );
combo_suspendcommand suspends (pauses) a combo from running .
combo_suspend( <combo_name> );
combo_suspendedCheck to see if a combo is suspended.
combo_suspended( <combo_name> );
combo_current_stepkeywords returning the current step
combo_step_time_leftChecks the time left of the currently executed step.
combo_stop_allStops all combos from running.
combo_suspend_allSuspends all combos that is running.
combo_resumeWill resume a combo if it is suspended or a running combo.
combo_resume_allWill resume all combos if it is suspended or a running combos.
waitcommand instructs the Virtual Machine within the Cronus on how long the last set of commands should be executed for. The length of time they instruct the VM to execute the commands for is represented in milliseconds and can rand from 1ms to 32 767ms (That's 1 millisecond to just over 32 seconds).
wait( <time> );
callcommand can only be used in combos and pauses the current combo to execute the combo called. Once the combo has finished, the previous combo is resumed.
call( <combo_name );