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How do I check the ms time on an item running a script?

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Using the Top Scripts display in World >> Estate/Region >> Debug will only give you a snapshot guess, so it's not very helpful.  If you catch your script in an idle moment, or in the middle of a very busy physics movement, you'll get a misleading measurement. There's no really good way to get reliable dynamic measurements on a single script, but you can get close if you go to a very quiet sim like Smith, turn on your statistics toolbar, and run your script.  If it's the only script in the sim, then any script activity that you see in the display comes from yours.  Just remember to kill any other scripts that you might be wearing.

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Using the Top Scripts display in World >> Estate/Region >> Debug will only give you a snapshot guess, so it's not very helpful.  If you catch your script in an idle moment, or in the middle of a very busy physics movement, you'll get a misleading measurement. There's no really good way to get reliable dynamic measurements on a single script, but you can get close if you go to a very quiet sim like Smith, turn on your statistics toolbar, and run your script.  If it's the only script in the sim, then any script activity that you see in the display comes from yours.  Just remember to kill any other scripts that you might be wearing.

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Also in addition to Rolig`s perfect answer,

If you are using V2 you can go to About Land & click the Script Info button - There is also a separate tab at the top for objects you are wearing.

If you are using Phoenix you can right-click the object and go to More > More > S.Count

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