Script Editor controls

The buttons at the top of the Script Editor window allow you to compile a script, print a script, look up resource names, debug a script and delete a script. Each button is described in the following table.




Saves the script source to the application dictionary and attempts to compile the script.

Closes the current script. If only one script is open, the Script Editor window will be closed. If the script has changed, you will be asked whether to compile and save changes.

Prints the current script.

Opens the Names window, allowing you to look up the names of resources in the dictionary.

Opens the Script Debugger window and displays the current script.

Deletes the current script from the dictionary.

The Compile Messages button. Displays the Compile Messages window, which lists any compiler errors or warnings for the current script.

Displays the previous compiler message.

Displays the next compiler message.

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