Yes, that is what is does, I have however since the last post traced the problem to a degree anyway, I put it down to [1] the problem was when I was running through the debugger, and [2] I have no mac UI of any sort as I am using Think C's console (so I can printf and see what is going on), this I believe was not supplying any events so the WaitNextEvent was just sitting

Pretty much the whole of Mac OS lives in the UI. You can't get mouse and keyboard (or even, I suspect, disk I/O) without WaitNextEvent()ing somewhere.

But maybe I misunderstand what Think C's console is. Is it some kind of serial-port console or something?

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