kunkel321 Posted December 25, 2008 Report Share Posted December 25, 2008 I just now figured out how to use the Variable Values Debugger window in the Script Editor. It's possible to settup a filter to show only the variables you're interested in, then you can set Break Points in the lines of code and "spy on" the variable values as you step through the code-- VERY COOL! I'm not sure I understand the Filter syntax though.... (Possibly because I've opened a v3 file in MEpro) I have a bunch of unused variables: C ... C, T ... etc, etc. I see that I can set it to show ONLY the variables that contain info by setting "Row is greater than 0." Logically, it seems like setting "Row is not blank" should work the same way, but it doesn't seem to... Perhaps there is another way this "is not blank" option is supposed to work(?) Thoughts? Either way it's pretty cool. Tip: Once you've started setting up the filter, click [Customize] in the lower-right of the Variable Values Debugger window and it shows a pretty cool Tree-View of the filter.... -steve Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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