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I don't think that anything is wrong with Michaels answer but I wanted to mention that the following does what I think you expect in a somewhat more straightforward way: Manipulate[ Dynamic[output, TrackedSymbols :> {output}], Button["do", output = "Paused..."; FinishDynamic[]; Pause[3]; output = "done", Method -> "Queued" ], {output, ...


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I'm not entirely sure what you're after. Here are two ideas. The first one preserves the waiting 3 seconds. If that's not important, see further down. Manipulate[output, {{output, "new", ""}, DynamicModule[{timer = Infinity}, Button[ DynamicWrapper["do", If[Clock[{0, Infinity}] >= timer + 3, output = "done"]], output = ...


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A simple back button can be implemented using Button["Back", FrontEndToken[FrontEnd`ButtonNotebook[], "HyperlinkGoBack"], Evaluator -> None] The Evaluator -> None option ensures that this is processed by the Front End. I'll leave it to the OP to work out how to turn this into a docked cell (if they haven't already done so some time ago!). For a ...



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