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Running a Script from the Editor

To run/play a script from the Editor window:

  1. In the WinTask x64 Editor window, click the Play icon  on the toolbar or select Start/Run menu.
  2. If the script has not yet been saved, the Save as dialog is displayed. Give the script a meaningful name and click Save. If the script has already been saved, the Run process automatically saves the file under its current name before running it.
  3. If no errors are shown, the Output window tells "Compilation ended successfully" and the .SRC file has been converted to a compiled .ROB file.
  4. Execution starts immediately after the end of Compilation if no errors are reported.

TO STOP IMMEDIATELY A RUNNING SCRIPT, press Control+Shift+Pause key combination, the execution stops after the current line has finished executing.


See also

Running a Script by Clicking a Desktop Icon
Running a Script from the Command Line
Running a Script by Pressing a Key
Handling Errors & Logging
Running a Script in Debug Mode
Controlling Script Execution Speed