I am having trouble understanding blocks in advanced actions. I thought that blocks would execute sequentially and that block 3 would not execute until block 2 ended. But somehow, that is not correct.
I want to be able to do step 1, then do step 2 which is a while loop, and only after that while loop has ended is when I want step 3 to take place. See below.
Is it that all blocks are executed at the same time?
In the above, step 3 is executed long before step 2 ends.
I tried creating several advanced actions and then trying to have one main advanced action that would execute each one of them (like the main program calling several subroutines) but executing an action is not an action that can be included inside an advanced action.
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