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SynchronousInitialization

SynchronousInitialization
is an option for Manipulate, DynamicModule and related functions which specifies whether or not to evaluate the expression given as the setting for Initialization synchronously.
  • With SynchronousInitialization->True, the first time a Manipulate or DynamicModule is displayed, it will wait until the evaluation of the initialization expression is complete before proceeding.
  • With SynchronousInitialization->False, the evaluation of the initialization expression will be queued up, and performed asynchronously.
  • If a DynamicModule with SynchronousInitialization->False contains other dynamic objects with SynchronousUpdating->True, then there is no guarantee that the initialization of the dynamic module will be complete before dynamic objects inside it are updated.
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