The script editor menu and the toolbar bar look like this:
Contains the standard commands for opening, saving and printing files.
In addition to the standard commands for editing, selecting and formatting,
these special commands are available in the edit menu:
Complete Word (CTRL+W) - Tries to autocomplete a partial
word. A dropdown list with all known functions and parameters will be
Parameter Info - Shows information about the selected
Insert Dialog - Opens a dialog editor to design customized
dialogs for use in a script.
Contains the commands to control execution of a script:
Run (F5) - Runs the current script
Pause (F6) - Pauses the script
End (SHIFT-F5) - Stops the script.
Contains specials commands for debugging and troubleshooting scripts.
Please refer to the debugging section for
a detailed description.
In addition to the standard commands for setting application options,
these special commands are available in the options menu:
Add Script Directory - Adds a new directory to the script
Add 'scriptname' to Application
Menu - Adds the currently active script to a menu in the application.
This is very useful for frequently used scripts. For details about this
command please refer to adding scripts
Protect Script - Sets
up a password protection for the active script. The protected script can
be executed but the script code remains hidden.
Here you'll find the script editor specific help system. Detailed description
of the script language and script editor are available.
All menu commands and toolbar commands are
also available via Right-Mouse-Button
in the script window.
Clicking the Right-Mouse-Button
in the script window will open a drop
down menu with all available commands.