Limitation to Number of Operator Actions

Windows 10 … Audacity 2.0.6

I am using AUTOHOTKEY to automate operator actions in Audacity.
AutoHotKey is tempermental when it comes to timing of instructions. None-the-less, I have been successful in most applications.

The AutoHotKey program is comprised of “Looping Instructions” and will run for an extended period. The number of iterations is not precisely known, but it is nearly a hundred.

Since Audacity has a “Undo Feature”, I am suspicious that my problem may be associated with a limitation in this area.

What is the maximum number of “Operator Actions” that Audacity can accommodate?
If so, can that feature be bypassed? … For this particular activity, the “Undo Feature” is NOT necessary.
If so, is the response of Audacity to quit responding to Operator Actions?

That’s now obsolete. The current version is 2.1.2 and is available here:

I don’t know the exact number, but it is a very large number. You’re more likely to run out of disk space before you reach the limit. Perhaps that’s the problem - have you checked that you still have plenty of free disk space?

Thanks for the reply.

There was no limitation due to hard drive capacity.
This allowed me to concentrate on the AutoHotKey program itself.
Yeah, I missed some wait commands that caused my problem.

TOLD YOU! AutoHotKey is tempermental when it comes to timing of executions.
Thanks again.