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Old 17.10.2017, 19:06
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Originally Posted by Jiaz View Post
it shows/hides the api help panel
You could either use alert() to open a window that shows debug info or write our debug to some sort of debug/log file. Or do you have something else in mind?
Using alert() to debug is doable. But I was asking just in case JD offered something like a debug console in the script panel or in a tab that would show all script output using the log() function. Those features won't prevent me from writing my script but would be a friendly way to do it.
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