There is a DOS/Windows command called TIMEOUT.
You can probably use that to pause multiple seconds as needed or until a key press (using -1 as a parameter).
Use it in a execute and wait line.
I did not test it but I think it will work.
At the command prompt type: timeout /? to get the command syntax.
P.S. Searching for it on StackOverflow I see this note: “Timeout is poorly implemented. If you do a “timeout 1”, it will wait until the “next second,” which could occur in .1 seconds. Try doing “timeout 1” a few times and observe the difference in delay. For 5 seconds or more, it may not be a big deal, but for a 1 second delay it works poorly. (Dan)”